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From Savannah. Savannah, Nov. 14. --There is great activity manifested in strengthening the defences of the city. Confidence is restored, and a general feeling of security prevails.
From Lynchburg. detention of a train — unfounded report — probable mistake in the character of prisoners arrested, &c. [special correspondence of the Dispatch.] Lynchburg, Va., Nov. 14. The mail train which missed connection with the South-Side cars yesterday morning is not arrive in this city until 8 o'clock in the afternoon, having been detained by the obstruction of the track, caused by an accident to the train that contained Col. Stovall's Battalion, which occurred near Central Depot, on Virginia and Tenn. Railroad, the cars being thrown from the track by running over a cow. A number of cars were badly broken up, and one man instantly killed and seven others hurt and crippled in various parts of the body; most of the hurts, however, are slight, and only one of the injured is considered in any danger. I regret that the names of the wounded men could not be obtained; all of them, together with the man that was killed, were soldiers, and belonged to Stovall's