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ound; but hopes the rumor is unfounded. The church bells of Knoxville, Tenn., were rung on Monday last in honor of the glorious victory at Shiloh. Captured. Commander Haunter, of the Confederate gunboat Guines, captured on the 2d instant, off Mobile, the Yankee schooner Isabel, from Key West, for Ship Island, commanded by Master's Mare Post, U. S. N. Mr. Fost missed his recoining, and entered Mobile Bay instead of the Sound near Ship Island. The Isabel was formerly the tender W. R. King. The Yankees in North Carolina. A correspondent of the Petersburg Express writes from Suffolk, April 9th, as follows: A messenger arrived here last night, bringing the news that a party of Federal landed at some point near Elizabeth City yesterday, and succeeded in capturing two or three hundred militia stationed between Elizabeth City and South Mills. The feat was accomplished by getting in their rear and cutting them off from escape. I could not learn the number of Yanke