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of her legs, below the knee, on Saturday morning last. Both bones of the leg were broken. Colonel Clingman's Regiment. Colonel Clingman, with several companies of the regiment of volunteers which he has recently organized in the Old North State, arrived in Charleston, South Carolina, by special train on Wednesday last. Their destination is the South Carolina coast, for defence against the invaders. The remainder of Colonel Clingman's command, including two hundred and fifty Cherokee Indians, Captain Williams, arrived during that night. A privateer. Captain S. H. Lebby, of Charleston, who lately went out on a privateering expedition, has lately returned after having been most successful indeed. Soon after leaving port, his vessel, a smart clipper craft, was chased by an armed steamer, but she was too swift for a large, unwieldy vessel. On returning to the port of Charleston, Saturday morning last, soon after daylight, she found herself nearly surrounded by four b