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. Services at the Episcopal Church. At the Episcopal Church in this town, this morning, services were held as usual — the regular clergyman officiating. There was a very good attendance of the people of the place, and the rector read the prayer for the President of the United States, the Senators and Representatives, and all who are in authority, in place of the one for the President of the Southern Confederacy, &c., previously used. Letter from Newbern. Newbern, N. C., April 2d, 1862. After a few days' absence at Beaufort I returned to this city yesterday afternoon. The streets are still alive with troops, reinforcements coming forward rapidly. Among the recent arrivals I notice the Seventeenth Massachusetts--who present a fine appearance and are much admired — and the First Maryland Regiment. Attack on our pickets. There has been some excitement here today, in consequence of an attack, on Monday night, by a party of rebel cavalry on our pickets, who