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sdiction in the premises. Had the advice given been followed, and the requisitions made by Gen. Gwynn complied with, Hatteras would, in all probability, have been now in our possession, instead of that of the enemy. It would all most seem that Hatteras was given away. The reader will be struck with that portion of General Gwynn's statement which relates to the condition of Fort Hatteras. It was currently reported after the surrender that the fort was given up because it was not bomb-proofhe explosion of the magazine. The statement shows that the fort now stands intact, and that, in fact, it is a stronger work than any of those erected for the defence of Charleston and siege of Fort Sumter. Taking it altogether, the loss of Hatteras is one of the most extraordinary events of the times. The disregard of Gen. Gwynn's repeated and almost importunate requisitions; the disregard of the plan laid down by him for the reception of the enemy on his attempting to land; the permittin