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Southern intelligence. From Southern journals we collate the following: The situation at Savannah. The contents of a private letter, published by the Wilmington Journal, gives some interesting facts concerning the situation at Savannah; Fort Pulaski, on Cockspur Island, at the mouth of the Savannah river, is a strong casemated work, which, it is believed, the enemy can neither pass, take, nor starve out. All large vessels must come under its guns. The whole space between the city and the ocean is cut up and intersected by rivers, creeks, cuts, and openings. How many of these have been obstructed, and how, is not for us to say. Wall's Cut is an opening from Port Royal into the Savannah river, with some 7 or 8 feet depth at high water. This out opens into the Savannah river about six miles above Fort Pulaski, and of course out of the range of its guns. Into this cut the enemy's light gunboats had come, and were trying to force their way into the Savannah ri