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th their 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 Sherman's advance has already reached the Cape Fear river, sixty miles above this point. His movements have, as usual, been altogether too rapid to admit of the contemplated concentration. [The writer had not heard of that little whipping Bragg gave the Newbern force last week.] Another hundred and twenty-five miles by the main travel road through Cheraw. His cavalry are almost certainly in Fayetteville by this time, and the infantry in close proximity. 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 the official report of it the naval commander says: I have directed Commander Creighton to proceed carefully up Black river, and ha