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From Savannah. The Charleston Mercury of Friday, the 18th, states that about two hundred and fifty refugees — men, women and children — have arrived in that city from Savannah. They nearly all concur in the statement that the general treatment of the inhabitants of Savannah by the Yankees has been mild. They say that Sherman has, with Foster's reinforcements, eighty thousand men, and that he began his movement against Branchville and Augusta on Wednesday, January 11. The refugees say that the privates speak of wreaking their vengeance on South Carolina; but the officers say that their actions will depend upon the amount of opposition they may encounter. They declare that if they should have hard fighting to do, and are successful, they will not attempt to restrain their men. The Savannah Republican of January 10th contains the annexed news: "General Geary has issued General Order No. 3, of which the following is the substance: All dealers in goods must have permits from