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e Georgia coast. The Columbus Sun, of the 1st inst., has the following: By a private latter from Waynesville, to a gentleman at present in this city, we learn that on the 26th ult. the Yankee were landing in force at Fancy Bluff, near Brunswick. They were discovered by the pickets of Capt. Hopkins's cavalry company, which is stationed at Waynesville. The pickets were shelled by the enemy's gunboats. Col. C. W. Styles, who has been stationed with his regiment. At Brunswick, haBrunswick, had gone further down the coast on an expedition, the object of which it would be imprudent to mention, and it is not known whether he was accompanied by all, or a part only, of his regiment. Fancy Bluff is nearly opposite Brunwick in a westerly direction. Waynesville is sixteen miles distant from the same point, in a northwesterly direction, and is situated on the Brunswick and Florida railroad. The campaign of the Mississippi Valley. The New Orleans Delta has an encouraging artic