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haplain and the five negroes on board. This is the manner in which Gen. Sherman proposes to give protection to private property. Since writing the above, Paul, Mrs. Dunn's driver, who escaped from the cellar of her house when it was broken into yesterday morning, has arrive, in the city. He states that, on leaving his mses. They had two mules in one of the plantation wagons to-haul off their plunder, and one of the officers was mounted on a fine horse belonging to Mr. Stoddard. Paul thinks they carried off all the stock and the four negro men who had been on the place, who, we understand, had been sent down by Mr. Stoddard to bring off the poultry and other property belonging to his negroes. Paul learned from the women on Mr. Stoddard's place that the Yankees were going to take possession of Dawfuskie Island, and that they would have a guard round it to-night. They asked many questions of the negroes about the neighboring islands, who lived on them, &c. They also des