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The enemy again up the Chowan river — a skirmish — C. H. Foster killed. Norfolk, Feb. 21. --The Federal forces again ascended the Chowan river on yesterday, to Winton, with several gunboats and a large number of troops. The Confederates opened a heavy fire upon them, killing and wounding a number of them. Some of the Yankees landed and burnt the town. The Southerners retired. Our loss is said to be two men and two horses killed. The humbug Congressman, C. H. Foster, was among the up the Chowan river — a skirmish — C. H. Foster killed. Norfolk, Feb. 21. --The Federal forces again ascended the Chowan river on yesterday, to Winton, with several gunboats and a large number of troops. The Confederates opened a heavy fire upon them, killing and wounding a number of them. Some of the Yankees landed and burnt the town. The Southerners retired. Our loss is said to be two men and two horses killed. The humbug Congressman, C. H. Foster, was among the Yankees k