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His master was Wm. P. Fulton, of Savannah; he left that city on the twenty-second instant, (Saturday,) coming by way of White Bluff and Green Island to Raccoon Keys, from whence he expected to reach a saw-mill which, it was said, we had on Wassaw Island, with three thousand troops.
All prort above Fort Jackson, below the gas-house, and near the first ferry wharf; but he knows little of this part of the river, having been a fisherman around about White bluff and Green Island, but more recently waiting on the soldiers.
All the approaches to the city — not only main, also the by-roads — are being fortified, and the Wyningberg river, which runs from Race Keys up, making Green Island the first land to the north-east going up, and thence running up to Benley, Montgomery, and White Bluff.
They expect us .to cross Skidaway Island, and have guns and pickets at the two bridges to cut them away, and fight our forces on their arrival.
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