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de, but we could not tell whether any were with them. We saw the vessel as we were coming up, but could not go down near her, as our pilot said he did not know the channel. He is an old darkey, and I suspect, more afraid than ignorant. He was scared like the mischief last night, and I don't blame the old fellow much, for his station is a very dangerous one. Recapture of Hatteras. The Raleigh State Journal, of Thursday says: As we go to press we learn the glad tidings that Hatteras has been recaptured. For the truth of the rumor we cannot vouch; but we know there has been a sharp eye on the Yankees in that quarter for the last few days. We believe it has been visited and occupied by some of the loyal hearts of our own old State. We shall await further news with great solicitude. The Waterloo of the West. The Banner of Peace, published in Memphis, Tenn., has received a letter from a chaplain in McCulloch's army, from which the following extract is made. It