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Small Por and Starvation among the Yankees — a feeling of safety — during Brover. Columbia S. C., Jan. 18, 1862. I have just conversed with an intelligent soldier, who informs me that the Yankees at Port Royal have sent a flag of truce to our camp, stating that the negroes were dying of small pox, and that food was so scarce that they would starve if not removed from the Island. There is no doubt but that the Yankees are suffering greatly, and are likely to suffer much more, from disease and the lack of proper food at Port Royal and Beanfort. The recent battle near Beaufort has very much encouraged the people throughout the State. The fact that the Yankees were so easily driven back to their watery dens induce the belief that they never will be able to make any considerable advance into the country. From all accounts there never was much more daring bravery than thus manifested by our men at the late battle near Port Royal. There are to be found but few men i