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. Dispatches, dated Charleston, February 2, received from Charleston yesterday, state that Sherman is advancing on Branchville, and that skirmishing was going on at Braxton's bridge, on the Salkehatchie. Another dispatch says they were at Wheppy swamp, thirty miles south of Branchville. The War Department, yesterday, received no dispatch of importance from South Carolina. According to advices received there, it was thought a portion of Sherman's force might attempt to cross the Salkehaything that is known on the subject amounts to only what we have believed for several days — that Sherman is moving on Branchville in force. General Beauregard has arrived in Augusta and taken charge of military operations there. We presume the forces at Branchville are also under his control. Cannonading below. A very regular cannonade could be heard throughout yesterday in the direction of Bermuda Hundred. The sound of guns has become unusual of late. It reminded us of the days