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Latest from Savannah — preparations for repelling the invaders. Savannah, Nov. 11. --There is nothing of interest occurring at Beaufort, Port Royal, or any where else on the coast of South Carolina, so far as we are informed. Everything is quiet, although active preparations are making here and elsewhere on the coast to repel the invaders.
The naval attack on Port Royal. results of the engagement — our batteries abandoned — the enemy in full possession of the harbor — the inhabitants all left apers, received last night, we obtain full particulars of the naval attack on Port Royal. The Charleston Mercury, of the 9th, contains the following: A mass of conflicting rumors reached us yesterday from Port Royal. Early in the day it was generally believed that the abandonment of Fort Walker was owing to the powder havinch.] Savannah, Nov. 8, 3 P. M. --The steamer Sampson has arrived from Port Royal, bringing some of our men who were wounded in the engagement yesterday. The ad, and the batteries on the other side, at Bay Point. When the Sampson left Port Royal, fifteen of the Yankee vessels were inside, and several outside. The garrisot. Hamilton took off a company at Sam's Ferry, and landed with his company at Port Royal. They are now at Pocotaligo. Beaufort, probably, will not be burned. A<