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Dispatch.] "Bowling Green Hotel," Caroline county, Sept. 5, 1863. For two days after dropping our anchors at Port Royal we were very busy in landing the machinery of the Satellite and Reliance, and the cargoes of the two prizes. On the laening it became cool and pleasant, and I determined to go ashore to enjoy a twilight walk through the desolated town of Port Royal. After over forty- eight hours confinement to the hard and heated decks the turf felt unusually pleasant, and I saunteure enough, the Yankees had come--two regiments of cavalry being there visible. All our troops had been withdrawn from Port Royal but one regiment — the 48th Alabama. From this about one hundred men had been sent across the river to protect commisseful sentinel of the woods. Early Wednesday morning, before the first line of daylight was visible, I went over to Port Royal to procure some necessaries in case of an action. The place was entirely deserted, Col. Hardwicke, with commendable in