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count of our trip down from Annapolis, our arrival at that worst of all places to get into — Hatteras Inlet — and now you will get an account of our passage up Pamlico Sound, in all the newspapers, and also of the movements of the whole body of troops after our arrival at this place, and therefore I propose to give you an account ohis troops, it being an appeal to the humanity and honor of the men composing his army:
Address to the troops.headquarters Department of North-Carolina, Pamlico Sound February 3, 1862.
General orders, No. 5.
This expedition being about to land on the soil of North-Carolina, the General Commanding desires his soldiers trge hostile fleet can be brought into action.
On the sixth of February, Corn.
Lynch received intimation that Burnside's fleet was slowly feeling its way up Pamlico Sound.
He at once sent the Curlew down to make a reconnoissance, and Capt. Hunter reported the fleet at anchor some six miles below the island.
The evening was clo