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oldly took his canoe on his shoulders and traveled across an intervening space of march, securing a short, easy, and unmolested approach to the fort.--He subsequently returned as he came, bringing the mail prepared for him and dispatches to the commanding General. The Yankees have no doubt found out that the communication was kept up, and it is surmised that with a view to prevent it they have set fire to the marshes in the neighberhood, the flames from which, and the dense columns of smoke, have been seen frequently for a week past. We have nothing new to chronicle of movements about here. We are now under military law, and the city is profoundly quiet.--I must not forget to mention the fact that the versatile "Personne" has been here. He left, in company with James R. Sneed, Esq., of the Republican, to attend the Convention at Atlanta. I trust he will return, and will give to your readers some of the items which his suavity of manner well fits him to obtain. Mercury.