ont to reconnoitre this.
point and ascertain the position and strength of the rebels.
He did so, and on his return to Port Royal he had the Seneca and this vessel added to his command, and this morning, with a view to feel the enemy, we threw a few Tybee Island may be considered as confirming this report.
The panic throughout the Southern coast from our success at Port Royal is intense and all-pervading.
Savannah is nearly depopulated, and the trains go loaded with household and every descri
I do not think they can get enough rice and cotton on Tybee to pay the cost of the expedition, as they say they did at Port Royal.
We have plenty of ammunition and men, and we defy them to come in range of our guns — we will show them the difference between taking Port Royal and Fort Pulaski. Fort Pulaski, November 26.
Nothing from the enemy.
We can see them constantly communicating with the shore by small boats.
There are two propellers and one large side-wheel steamer, which lie off th