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from the women on Mr. Stoddard's place that the Yankees were going to take possession of Dawfuskie Island, and that they would have a guard round it to-night. They asked many questions of the negroes about the neighboring islands, who lived on them, &c. They also desired to know the distance of Fort Pulaski from Dawfuskie. The Columbia papers publish the following official letter from Gen. Drayton to the Governor: Camp Lee, Hardeevill, 18th November, 1861. To his Excellency Governor F. W. Pickens, Columbia, S. C.: Sir: At the request of your Excellency, made to me yesterday at these headquarters. I have the honor of presenting my views of the present attitude and behavior of the negroes in this portion of the State intrusted to my immediate command. So far from there being any insurrectionary feeling among them, I can assure your Excellency that I have neither seen nor heard of any act of pillaging, incendiarism or violence in any direction. It is true,