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ut to the distance of from six to ten miles. The damage to the town of Newbern by fire was slight. The Yankees were plundering in all directions and were little more than a drunken mob. They were pillaging all round the neighborhood — stealing negroes, robbing hen roosts, driving off stock, &c. Considerable reinforcements had arrived at our headquarters and were continuing to arrive. We deem it impolitic to record the the movements of our troops or to mention our defences. Gen. Gatlin had been superseded by Gen. Anderson, and Gen. Rob. Hansom had joined Gen. Branch in the command of the brigades Gen. French has been ordered to Wilmington for duty. The most vigorous movements, internally and externally, character so our army in the Newbern district. It was rumored that Gen. Burnside had sent, by a flag of truce, to demand the surrender of Fort Macon. The reply of the officer in command simply was, "See youd — d first." This rumorages for what it is worth. C
Gen. Gatlin. --The Goldsborough Tribune says that Gen. Gatlin, lately in command in North Carolina, has been removed since the affair at Newbern, and that Gen. J. R. Anderson has been ordered to take his place. Gen. Gatlin. --The Goldsborough Tribune says that Gen. Gatlin, lately in command in North Carolina, has been removed since the affair at Newbern, and that Gen. J. R. Anderson has been ordered to take his place.