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., December 12, via Fortress Monroe, Va., December 14. To Major-General H. W. Halleck, Chief of Staff: General: Captain Duncan, of General Howard's scouts, has just come in from General Howard, having descended the Ogechee river in a small boat works, five miles from the city, were probably attacked yesterday, as heavy firing was heard in that direction. Captain Duncan represents the army to be in the best possible spirits and most excellent condition.--Very little opposition had beeniderable number of horses and cattle. It was also well supplied. The following is a copy of the dispatch brought by Captain Duncan: Headquarters Army of the Tennessee, near Savannah Canal., December 9, 1864. To the Commander of the United pectfully, O. O. Howard, Major-General commanding right wing of the army. Another dispatch was brought by Captain Duncan, directed to the signal officer of the fleet, from General Howard's chief signal officer, requesting a good lookout t