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sist on assault. They lost everything but life and honor; they retired in safety, and live to right another day. News from port Royal — Yankee Raid on Dawfuskie Island — letter from Brigadier General Drayton. The Savannah News, of Friday, publishes the following: On Wednesday last Mr. John Chaplin took with him seven negroes, and went in two boats to the plantation of his aunt, Mrs. Dunn, on Dawfuskie Island, for the purpose of bringing away such property as could be transported. On Wednesday night, be, with the negroes occupied Mrs. D.'s dwelling, intending to leave when the tide favored in the morning. About two o'clock yesterday mornie 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 als