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he enemy on the North Carolina coast — gunboats in Albemarle — reported capture of Plymouth--Governor Wise--Affecting scene, &c. [special correspondence of the Dispatch.] Norfolk, Feb. 14. The information of the enemy in our rear has inspired our people with vigilance, and a determination to resist his aggressive movements to the best advantage, and with every possible means. Nine of the Federal gunboats are reported over the bar at the mouth of North river, in Currituck county, North Carolina, and several of their side-whell gunboats passed into the mouth of the Albemarle and Chesapeake yesterday, and three of them came up the Canal sufficiently far to fire shot and shell among the Confederate forces at the Canal bridge. Active preparations are going on to give the Yankees a reception that will be honorable and creditable to the defenders of the soil. Of the movements of our troops, I shall of course say but little now. That they will do their duty upon the ba