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Rich Valley. "General Breckinridge's advance arrived at daylight on the 21st, and the enemy retired that night and on the morning of the 22d towards Hector's gap. "The enemy is being pursued; our troops bearing the fatigue and exposure with great cheerfulness. "The damage to the salt works can soon be repaired. "Many depots and bridges on the Virginia and Tennessee railroad have been burned. "R. E. Lee" Sherman — Savannah evacuated — a column of the enemy moving Southwest from Savannah. From official intelligence received here late Friday night, we learn that Savannah, in pursuance of a plan sometime previously decided upon, was evacuated on the morning of the 21st instant.--The evacuation was effected without other loss than of such materials as, from their bulk and weight, could not be conveniently removed. The last of our troops crossed the Savannah river at 3 o'clock A. M. on the 21st, and marched in the direction of Charleston. At 5 o'clock A. M.