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From General Wise's command — the losses at Roanoke Island. Lt. Col. Claiborn, of the Independent North Carolina Regiment, commanded by Col. Green, which was captured on Roanoke Island, arrived here last night. He left Gen. Wire's camp in Currituck, North Carolina, at o'clock Thursday night. We learn from him the following facts: On Thursday at 3 o'clock six of the gunboats (side-wheel steamers) of the enemy appeared of the month of the Albemarle and Currituck canal, and fired a few cannon shots at the camp of Gen. Wise, then at the bridge a mile or so distant. The General deemed it proper to withdraw toward Currituck Court-House, as he had no means of defence against the guns of the boats. This he did. Subsequently he ordered a further withdrawal to Great Bridge, in Norfolk county. A few of the enemy landed at the canal — say two or three hundred; but they did not leave the protection of the boats while observed. General wise had only some 1200 men. Hen ningsen' ba
From Norfolk. arrival of the remains of Captains Wise and Coles and Lieutenant Selden--General Wise. Norfolk, Feb. 14. --The bodies of Captain O. Jennings Wise, Lieutenant William Seldon, and Captain Coles, were conveyed to this city this morning from Currituck, from whence the flag-of-truce boat went to Roanoke Island. Captain Wise had three wounds in his body, Lieutenant Seldon had a ball shot through his head. When General Wise saw the body of his son at he was deeply affected.