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circuit of two miles--nearly every man of Major Wright's battalion being constantly engaged in these various duties. Further destruction by detachments from Fort Macon. The detachment from Fort Macon, in addition to the destruction of this bridge, burned a large rebel encampment at Caroline City, which had also been abandoned by them after the Newbern fight. English vessels detained. The Ships Alliance, Captain DeForrest, from St. John, N. B., and Condor, of Liverpool, Captain Goodwig, are lying at the dock at Moorhead City. The Alliance is loaded with a cargo of rosin and turpentine; and has also, four bales of cotton on board. She was originally from Liverpool, and arrived off Charleston in June, 1861, and finding that port blockaded, proceeded to St. John, N. B., where she discharged her cargo and took in an assorted cargo; what it was, I believe the Government are fully informed. She arrived at Beaufort August 22d, and landed her cargo on the 25th, at the dock