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atest Northern News. the Latest from Port Royal — the War in Missouri--Confederate prisoners6th, and 20th November: the Latest from Port Royal — arrival of the steamer Atlantic from Port Port Royal-- Later from the Forent — Beaufort not yet Occupied by the Federal troops. New York, Noe steamer Atlantic has just arrived from Port Royal, S. C., which place she left on the 16th, Saturdly in error. The Federal fleet remained at Port Royal on the 16th. The Atlantic brings a numbncluding a bale of cotton. Further from Port Royal. New York, Nov. 19. --The steamer Atlantic brings some further intelligence from Port Royal. The position of our troops there was consience of Captain Gilmore. A letter dated Port Royal, Nov. 16, says that Gen. Sherman, on the 14tthe Gulf stream, saw nothing of the fleet at Port Royal. The steamer S. R. Spaulding is expecteh inst., comments thus on the engagement off Port Royal: Much interest is felt to know what ar<
t of the dog to bite, of the wolf to tear, of the serpent to sting, of the Yankee to render base ingratitude for kindly service." But the Yankee Admiral does not stop there. A moderate man would be content with proclaiming himself an ungrateful scoundrel.--DuPont is ambitions, and wishes to write himself down ass as well as rascal. "Citizens of South Carolina," he goes on to say, "the civilized world stands appalled at the war you are parading." And we suppose he went all the way to Port Royal to tell them that. The "citizens of South Carolina" have the advantage of DuPont. "The civilized world" does not stand appalled at him. Unfortunately, it is too much accustomed to look upon treachery and ingratitude, to regard them as anything more than matters of daily occurrence. Let DuPont be consoled. If the civilized world be really appalled at South Carolina; South Carolina is not appalled at DuPont, either at his ships or his baseness. She defies the one, and looks upon the oth