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wbern and Kinston, besides the long bridge at Newbern. In addition to the rolling stock left by them, there are also some hand-cars, brought from the North by Gen. Burnside, all of which are found very useful in transporting army stores and material. A locomotive and additional rolling stock will also soon be here from the North, which will very largely increase the usefulness to the army of this road. It is occupied and guarded between Newbern and Moorhead City by the Rhode Island 5th.--Havelock; Station is in charge of Capt. Arnold's company, and at present is of considerable importance. The bridge over the river at Newport City was burned by a detachment from fort Macon on Tuesday, the 18th--four days after the battle at Newbern--and almost entirely destroyed. The bridge was 180 feet long, and very substantial and well built. Rebuilding of a bridge. Major Wright, of the Fifth Rhode Island, who is an excellent civil engineer and a practical bridge builder, as well a