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l of a howitzer which he was firing. When the Connecticut left there were rumors to the effect that Savannah would certainly be captured in two or three days; that Federal forces had taken possession of the Island de Florian, in the Savannah river, upon which a battery was being erected; that our gunboats had so far succeeded as to cut off communication between Fort Pulaski and Savannah, and a rebel steamer belonging to Com. Tatnall's fleet had been captured. All the gunboats and sists of 16, 000. The army telegraph, constructed by the Union troops, was working well. Communication is now held between all the Federal camps. The steamer Mayflower, Capt. J. O. Phillips, recently went on a reconnaissance up the Savannah river. On returning she was fired at from a rebel earthwork, striking the boat near the wheel-house, doing but slight damage. Hopeless condition of President Lincoln's Son. A Washington dispatch to the New York Herald, of the 19th inst.,