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from Tybee Island, which he says is within easy mortar distance of Fort Pulaski, has been taken possession of, and the approaches to Savannah are completely cut off. On the island is a strong Martello tower, with a battery at its base. Sir James Ferguson. Washington, Nov. 29. --Sir James Ferguson having denied that he was acting as a spy when visiting this country, it is only an act of justice to him to say that he was charged by many persons in the South with letters to be delivereSir James Ferguson having denied that he was acting as a spy when visiting this country, it is only an act of justice to him to say that he was charged by many persons in the South with letters to be delivered or distributed through the post-offices in the North, and on arriving in Washington and being informed that such a conveyance of correspondence was prohibited by the Government, he at once repaired to the State Department, and surrendered all the letters to the Government. The President's Message. Washington, Nov. 29. --According to the present indications, the President's Message will not be sent in advance of its delivery to Congress. The reason for this is probably the fast th