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The guns would be recovered. The powerful and well-mounted steamer Pawnee had taken a position in the Inlet so as to command completely the approach from Albemarle Sound. The steamer Wabash sailed south ward on Friday, leaving about the time the Minnesota left for New York with the Confederate prisoners. The Secessionists are known to have had at least 8 killed and 25 wounded. The chartered steamer R. B. Forbes, from Boston, went ashore yesterday, on Smith's Island, near Cape Charles. Three propellers were sent down from Old Point to assist in getting her off. Since the departure of the steamer Adelaide, our troops have been busily engaged in strengthening Forts Clark and Hatteras--They have mounted the ten-inch Columbiad brought down the inlet the day before the attack. The place will, doubtless, be permanently held by the Federal troops. It is of immense importance, and can readily be held against all approaches of the Confederates. A new military department