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ed and afterwards escaped, we learn that the enemy estimate their loss in last Thursday's engagement at between seven and eight hundred killed and wounded. Our loss in this action was seven killed and fifty wounded. "The enemy have evacuated Boyd's landing and established their base at Bee's creek, from which there is a direct road to the Coosawatchie railroad bridge. Their gunboats in Bee's creek command the battery in their present position, near the railroad. A dispatch from Major-General Jones, received last evening, reports all quiet at Coosawatchie and Pocotaligo. "Of Sherman's movements we hear plenty of rumors. Our latest and most reliable intelligence states that he is moving cautiously towards the coast, below Savannah, probably for Genesis Point. Fighting was reported on Saturday at Monteith, about ten miles from Savannah. The Savannah railroad was reported torn up from the former point to the junction of the Central and Savannah railroad. A day or two will