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The Water Witch.

--The Savannah News says the steamer Water Witch, captured there the other day, is an elegant a de-wheel, in splendid order and repair, and now lies this side of the battery at Benlah, officered and manned by the Confederate Navy. The Yankee officers had just laid in a large supply of New York "good things," and they are very paintable to and highly relished by Lieut Carnes, now in command, and his gallant crow. She had a large amount of medicine on board, and the ship had just the day before been provisioned; an abundance of arose too, and in every way well fitted out. The prisoners number sixty-five men and fifteen commissioned and warrant officers.

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