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From Hampton Roads. Norfolk, March 21 --The Minnesota is at another cast of the Rip Raps, disabled, but not sunk, Four transport steamers, full of troops, are in the Roads, supposed to be destined to rein res Burnside. Three large Federal frigates are at Fortress Monroe. A number of vessels, detained by the Northeast storm, went to sea yesterday.
The enemy Advancing upon Savannah. Savannah, March 21. --The News, of this morning, learns that the Federal landed yesterday at Red Banff, eight miles from Savannah — supposed about 7,00 strong. The Republican says that official information has been received that a thousand Federal landed at Sluffson early this morning, Passengers report that 15,000 had landed from gunboats, and were preparing to march to the railroad. Great activity prevails among the Confederate troops on the South Carolina and Georgia coasts. The Nashville Patriot, of the 15th, copies a dispatch from the Cincinnati Commercial, dated Washington, March 11th, which says: "McClellan to-morrow causes to be General-in-chief. Secretary Stanton will issue an order announcing the change." It has also a dispatch which says that the Lieutenant of the Sumter has been released, and that the Sumter is still at Gibraltar.
Movements of Federal vessels. Norfolk, March 21. --Nineteen large transport steamers and sailing ships came in the Roads yesterday. The most of them left this morning. It is supposed they were loaded with troops. The St. Lawrence is at anchor in the Roads, near the Minnesota. The old Brandywine, on which the Union gun was placed, was not seen from the shore yesterday. coverall Federal ship went up to Newport News. It is supposed they landed troops there, and then departed.
Movements of troops. Augusta, March 21. --A private dispatch just received from Savannah says our troops are returning from Carolina. The enemy has left Bluffton.