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ng even this. They must wait as contentedly as possible, until the policy of General Burnside and the plan of the campaign causes another advance upon them and adds another defeat to those already experienced. The prisoners taken on the 14th. The sick and wounded prisoners taken at the battle of the 14th ult., have since been released by Gen. Burnside, and sent to Washington, N. C. They were sent to Pamlico river in the steamer Hussar, and there transferred to the captured steamer Albemarle.--The pilot of the Albemarle, either through ignorance or accident, run her upon the obstructions which had been placed in the river, and she finally sunk, but not until after the prisoners were landed. It is thought she may be raised and repaired. She was a very useful boat to the Expedition. The balance of the prisoners are still confined on board the Albany. A reorganization. The enlarged proportions of the division under Gen. Burnside's command, when the reinforcements are