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hem an opportunity of seeing an army of robbers on dress parade. It is hardly necessary to say that the report of the approach of a large Union force was only a ruse to scare the rascals and make them leave, which they did without taking time to bid them farewell. The right way to talk. Some of the extortioners, and speculators, and monopolists, who have been grinding their earnings out of the people of Charleston, S. C., and other places near the scene of the late engagement off Port Royal, as long as they believed this war would not reach them in earnest, are now preparing to depart under various pleas. The Charleston Courier is justly indignant thereat, and uses the following language towards them in its issue of the 13th. This thing must and shall be stopped. We offer or design no dictation or obtrusive advice, but we call upon the commander of the post and district to see to it, that proper and prompt arrangements be made to regulate and control tire movements of
country and of the capabilities of the expedition, while Port Royal, I thought, would meet both in a high degree. I the if possible, of getting this frigate into the harbor of Port Royal. On Tuesday, the 29th October, the fleet under my c Capt. Lardner to join me with the steamer Susquence off Port Royal, without delay. On Monday, 8 o'clock in the morning. they were securely anchored in the Roadstead of Port Royal, South Carolina. The gun-boats almost immediately opened their rilliant success of the combined army and navy forces at Port Royal, was officially read at the Washington Navy-Yard his aftct themselves against the rebels. The trophies from Port Royal have been apportioned between the Navy Department and thr for the construction of buildings for a naval depot at Port Royal for the manufacture of all kinds of machinery for naval t point. It is supposed if reinforcements are needed at Port Royal or Beaufort, these troops will be immediately sent on th
are among the prisoners. The Confederates' it reports to be quite four hundred.--This report is evidently for Northern consumption. The flags captured at Port Royal are now in use as curtains in the Navy Department It states that the Confederate force on the Eastern Shore of Maryland has been increased about 1,000, and the navy has directed that national salute be fired from each Navy-Yard throughout the United States, progressive of the high of the country at the capture of Port Royal. Fifteen thousand more troops will be immediately dispatched to reinforce Gen. Sherman's command in South Carolina. Col. John Cochrane delivered in ador Cameton, and other prominent individuals were present, and they ad warmly cheered, John's speech. The Star publishes the "Address to the Carolinian" issued by Gen. Sherman on taking cossession of the forts at Port Royal. It is after the Santa Ana style, and would be complete if the of "God and Liberty" was affixed to.