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piring in our neighborhood. Batteries are being rapidly placed in position on Tybee Island by the Federals, and on all points in the neighborhood affording a chance to reach the Fort.--Mortan batteries mounting heavy pieces, some believed by Gen. Pemberton to be of unusual weight and calibre, (I have been told by one who conversed with him that he does not doubt that twenty-inch mortars are in possession of the Yankees,) and further, the continual and steady advance and occupation of these poin our boys will not be able to approach them within good rifle distance. There have been many reports afloat about the city relative to an attack on Fort Pulasid. I have already mentioned my source of information, but am not aware that General Pemberton has any certain means of acquiring a knowledge of the movements of the Yankees, except from his more extended and accurate field of observation. It is certain that a recently captured German, belonging to the 48th New York regiment, had a