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From the coast. Release of a Confederate Prisoner — the Objects of Butler's and Burnside's Expeditions --the enemy landing on Tybee Island. Augusta, Nov. 29. --The Savannah Republican, of this morning, says that John Chaptin, who was arrested by the Federals at Hilton Head, has been released. He reports that the enemy have about 25,000 men and 63 vessels. Fort Walker is now called Fort Welles. The Lincolnites are loud and bitter in their denunciations against the Southannah. Capt Cuthbert, of a South Carolina company, has been sent North, in irons. The Federals are making improvements on the island, which indicate a permanent occupation. The Daily Morning News says that the enemy landed a regiment on Tybee Island yesterday, and entrenched themselves. Seven vessels are now inside of the bar. [Second Dispatch.] Charleston, Nov. 29. --The patriotic planters of the seaboard are hourly applying the torch to their crops of cotton and rice. Tho