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eceiving a letter from General Seymour, dated the seventeenth, stating that he intended to advance without supplies, in order to destroy the railroad near the Savannah River, one hundred miles from Jacksonville. I at once despatched General Turner to Jacksonville to stop the movement. He was the bearer of a letter to General Sdvance of that point. That a force may not be brought from Georgia (Savannah) to interfere with my movements, it is desirable that a display be made in the Savannah River; and I therefore urge that upon the reception of this, such naval force, transports, sailing vessels, etc., as can be so devoted, may rendezvous near Pulaski,h these headquarters, your forces would be in motion beyond Barber's, moving toward the Suwanee River; and that you shall rely upon my making a display in the Savannah River with naval force, transports and sailing vessels, and with iron-clads up from Warsaw, etc., as a demonstration in your favor, which you look upon as of great