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m Savannah.--It is stated that great activity prevails among the Confederate troop on the Georpil and Caroller coasts. Warm work may be expected in that quarter in a short time, but we hear that every confidence is felt by that they will be found equal to the emergency. Threatened as the city of Savannah has been for months past, we deted not that ample preparations have been made to give the enemy a warm reception Such is the opinion of those who have of what has been done for the defence of the city. A telegram states that McClellan coasts to be General-in-Chief. What is the matter ! Have the assiduens is bors of the young for the restoration of the Union bes overshadowed by the daring exploits and brilliant achievements of gutll and has the grand march of Banks the Valley of Virginia, where he has fatkted his hungry hordes upon its rich products slipped the wings of the Federal Cyril We are curious to knew what has beyond the Potomac to cause this cottage of toys.
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.