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Southern News. The Washington (N. C.) Dispatch publishes a graphic description of the bombardment and capture of Forts Clark and Hatteras, written by an officer on board the C. S. steamer Ellis. We cannot find room for it in this morning's paper. The writer makes the assertion that the invaders were guided on shore by a traitorous Methodist minister, named Taylor. The Wilmington Journal, of Saturday evening, says: A letter from Beaufort, dated the 5th, and received here this morning, conveys the information that a large war steamer was off that harbor for the last twenty-four hours. We trust that the people in that section will all be ready to receive them properly. There was a rumor this morning of a steamer having been seen off Camp Wyatt and Confederate Point last night. It was said that she had up a white flag. We cannot vouch for the accuracy of this last information. The Newbern Progress, alluding to the recent stampede from that place, says: