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Reported movement in the Northwest. Wheeling, Sept. 2. --Great excitement was created here last night by a dispatch from Fairmont, which stated that the Secessionists in the back counties were rising and marching on this town to burn it, and tear up the railroad. This rising is said to be in concert with some of the movements of Gen. Lee.
Incidents of the capture of Hatteras. Washington, Sept. 2. --Among the papers captured at Hatteras was a communication from the late Consul at Rio Janeiro giving a description of vessels leaving and to leave with cargoes. Six of these were captured by the privateers. The Harriet Lane got ashore at Hatteras, and had to throw overboard her guns and coal to lighten her.
From North Carolina--running the blockade. Wilmington, N. C., Sept. 2. --Nothing further of interest has been received from Ocracoke or Hatteras. The ship Gendar, from Liverpool, arrived last week at Beaufort, N. C. She was seen and chased by the Lincoln fleet, but she made good her entrance.
Specie for New York. New York, September 2. --Intelligence from California announces that the Uncle Sam will leave San Francisco with one million in treasure.
Apprehended movement upon Illinois. Quincey, Ill, Sept. 2 --Great excitement is created here, in consequence of an apprehended attack from Missouri.