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Interesting from Bluffton. --The Charleston Courier has been favored with a copy of a private letter, dated November 30th, from an officer at Bluffton, from which it publishes the following extract: "Since the Bull's Island affair the enemy has been keeping very quiet. Not one of his boats has been seen, and I have reason to believe that his pickets have been drawn in.--The Yankees have an exaggerated idea of the force that we have at this point. Some of them told — the other day, that 500 of our men had landed on the Island and came near capturing Colonel Ely and about 75 men, who had left the Island about two hours before our forces landed. The fact was that we had only 40 men on that occasion. "We are making plans to bag some of the Yankee pickets."
port. The vessel had just arrived here, in ballast, from Sligo, Ireland. Retaliation in the case of Ex Minister Faulkner--condition of Gen. Lander. Washington, Dec. 4. --Mr. Colfax, of Indiana, who offered the resolution in the House yesterday requesting the President to impose the same imprisonment upon Mason and Slidell that the rebels have extended to Cols. Wood and Corcoran, will offer a similar resolution to imprison Col. Faulkner in a manner similar to that dealt out to Mr. Ely, when it shall be positively known that he is treated other than as an honorable prisoner of war. Brigadier-General Lander is still quite convalescent, and rode out this afternoon, the first time since he was wounded. He is impatient to rejoin his command. From Kentucky. Louisville, Ky., Dec. 4. --A letter to the Democrat, from Somerset, on the Cumberland river, says that Haskins's Union troops, encamped near Somerset, on the Cumberland river, were attacked by the rebels