The value of Port Royal to the Yankees.
From the Charleston Courier
, of the 3d inst., we take the following paragraphs:
Increased information and later developments convince us that the invaders and plunderers at Port Royal
are receiving and deriving not only less than they claim in their magnificent reports, but even less than we were disposed at first to admit.
In relation to the inveigling and seduction of servants, many readers can remember that this game was attempted in 1812-14 by the foe, and that in the Treaty
the question of compensation was referred to the Czar, who promptly allowed $750 per capital for servants taken — a very large sum as prices then prevailed.