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y our guns. Two have withdrawn. No of our side. R. E. Lee." We have not heard that the monitors renewed the action on yesterday. From Georgia. Special intelligence of Sherman's movements and present whereabouts was received here on yesterday by telegraph; fill as it is, possibly, a little ahead of the Georgia newspapers, it had, perhaps, better not be mentioned. It can, however, do no harm to state that the enemy have fourteen gunboats and transports near Port Royal, South Carolina, which is thirty-five miles northeast of Savannah and about fifty miles southwest of Charleston. Devastation of East Tennessee ordered by Sherman. Intelligence has been received here that Sherman has issued an order relative to East Tennessee similar to that issued by Grant to Sheridan in the Valley. He has directed that the country be generally devastated, sparing neither houses, barns, stock, grain, nor anything else. A meeting of Union citizens was held in Knoxville