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fortifications at Rainbow Banks, three miles below Hamilton, and then pushed on to Hamilton. There we expecteHamilton. There we expected to find some iron-clad boats said to be in the process of construction at Hamilton, but discovered nothing oHamilton, but discovered nothing of the kind. On the sixth, we left Hamilton, in pursuit of the enemy toward Tarboro, and encamped on the same . During the engagement at Rawls's Mills and at Hamilton, we captured five prisoners, who were paroled at W fort at Rainbow Bluff, oh the Roanoke River, near Hamilton, twelve miles farther on. Guards were stationed at retreating foe. This being done, the army entered Hamilton, finding the town almost entirely deserted, the red accept Federal protection. Three miles beyond Hamilton our army encamped on a large plantation owned by am on the roads, our army commenced retiring toward Hamilton, which we reached at five P. M. on the sixth, aftee opening of the Roanoke River for gunboats beyond Hamilton; an important diversion in favor of other Federal