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mplished. An official dispatch from General Beauregard, dated December 25, and received yesterday, states that General Hardee reports that a force of the enemy — infantry, artillery and cavalry — has moved from Savannah towards the Altamaha river. General Hardee has made proper dispositions to check the column. The object of this column is probably to destroy the Savannah, Albany and Gulf railroad, its depots, etc. No report has been received from General Hood since the 28th of November. Wilmington From our Wilmington telegrams, it will be seen that the Yankee fleet attacked Fort Fisher about 1 o'clock P. M. on Saturday, and bombarded it heavily till nightfall, renewing the bombardment at 10 o'clock A. M. on Sunday, and continuing it throughout the day; that, under cover of the fire of the fleet, the enemy landed an infantry force above Fort Fisher, which attacked the fort on Sunday night, and were repulsed. Fort Fisher is situated on a sand-spit on the