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ith coin. Alluding to the condition of things at Mathias Point; the Star makes the following characteristic statement: It is undoubtedly true that the enemy is not now in any considerable force at Mathias Point, and that there is a scarcity of powder and an absolute dearth of lead among them there — their missiles to be fired from their small arms being of whatever they can contrive them, except lead, of which they have absolutely none. The Federal papers say there is but one drawback to the results of the naval demonstration upon Hatteras Inlet, and that is, the departure of several privateer steamers from the inlet a few hours before the arrival of the fleet at that point. The Balloon Experiment. Since the last ascension of Professor Lowe, when he was fired upon by the Confederates and narrowly escaped fatal results, he has been engaged in perfecting machinery by which the motion of the car can be better regulated, and an ascension made with more safety.