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h Carolina, before the Committee on Elections, shows the whole affair to be a base frand, and letters written to Northern papers about the uprising of Union sentiment and enthusiastic meetings there was manufactured for the occasion. From Port Royal. By the arrival of the steamer Empire City at New York from Port Royal on the 25th ult. the following item was received: A rebel boat came down the Warsaw channel on the 23d, from Savannah, reconnoitering, to see if the way was clear Port Royal on the 25th ult. the following item was received: A rebel boat came down the Warsaw channel on the 23d, from Savannah, reconnoitering, to see if the way was clear for the English steamer Fingal to get out with a cargo of cotton. The boat was chased by a gunboat, when the former was run ashores, and all of her crew, except two, escaped. The later was put aboard the Wabash. The officers and crews of twenty of the stone feet now sun in Charleston harbor are passengers on board the Empire City. Arrested. A telegraphic dispatch, dated Boston, December 28, says: Appleton Oakes Smith, of New York, an alleged accomplics of Skinner, who was
e only inspired by the lofty devotion to their State, whose soil was polluted by the base invaders. I had the good fortune to spend the Christmas with the Beaufort Volunteer Artillery, the same that so gallantly held the Fort on Bay Point, Port Royal, and who were 10th to yield until commanded imperiously to evacuate. This company, composed entirely of the youth of Beaufort, has been in service nearly one year, a great portion of that time laboring diligently in erecting their battery, and, and may in fact design a movement on the Churleston and Savannah Railroad from the position they have taken. The blockading fleet is not so numerous just now, though to-morrow may see them return. They have been supposed to have gone to Port Royal, probably to support the new movement from that point. At any rate, while the cat is away the mice will play, and behold the caged bird has escaped; but I want too far. I was about to disclose that which the reticense of the Charleston press h
g yesterday. The news from Kentucky is very important. The rebels, under Generals Johnston and Buckner, have destroyed a large portion of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad beyond Green river, burhing all the material of which it was constructed that could be thus con At last advices they were engaged in blowing up the tunnel, which is some three hundred feet in length. There is nothing of particular interest reported by the arrival of the transports Roanoke and Cahawba from Port Royal. Com. Truxton, of the sloop-of-war Dale, is rapidly becoming acquainted with the rebel positions in the country around him, their strength, &c. Reconnoissances are being made, with some success, in the neighborhood of the Edisto river. The military movements are unimportant. A new naval expedition is said to be on the tapis. A rebel privateer succeeded in running the blockade off Charleston harbor on the night of December 29, having previously made several ineffectual attempts. Ne
Waring, alias Albion, who has just spent several weeks in duress on board the Lincoln fleet at Port Royal. The capture of the Waring was noticed briefly a few days after it occurred. We gather the fallowed her to depart, but followed her until the 24th; on the 25th she found herself north of Port Royal. The Waring then concluded her only chance was to put in at North Edisto, and thither she borite, and she finally overhauled her prize about twelve miles out. The Waring was taken to Port Royal, and subsequently sent to New York. The crew were placed on board the flag-ship Wabash, and aallotted to the sailors of the ship. He thinks there are about seventy-five vessels in all at Port Royal, though he heard nothing of their intentions. The Yankees seemed confident of their strength,rascally traitor, who decamped from Fort Pulaski a week or two since, had reached the fleet at Port Royal. Captain S. saw him on the flag-ship, with a uniform folded under his arm, and with a letter