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e Yankee news from Sherman is not very clear. The latest news from Wilmington says: General Schofield was understood to be still maintaining his advanced position some ten miles from Wilmingtoheir conception. The line of which Goldsboro' would be the great centre is already flanked by Schofield's possession of this point and Newbern. Moreover, intelligence is at hand as I write that Sheity. Supplies will await him at that point should he touch it, sent up the Cape Fear river by Schofield. The Yankees captured Georgetown, South Carolina, a little town on the coast, and in theignals, with General Sherman, who is said to be some twelve miles off. Officers from General Schofield's army, who left Wilmington the 1st instant, bring the important intelligence that deserteoath of allegiance, at the present time all the stores would be again doing business. But General Schofield is determined that only those who have been loyal, and not those who have been convinced i