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am Albemarle, whose recent raid, in conjunction with the attack and capture of Plymouth, when she succeeded in capturing two of our gunboats, and sustained unharmed tthe mouth of the river to decoy the ram from under the protective batteries of Plymouth into the open waters of the Sound, and falling back before her into a favorabl the white stern-wheel steamer turned short round, and put back hastily toward Plymouth, being, as we afterward learned, the Cotton Plant river steamer, cotton-clad, mer, which proved to be the Bombshell, captured from the army by the rebels at Plymouth, and now used against us, closed up on the ram's quarter, in position for the she kept up a retreating fire, she hastened to regain the protecting harbor of Plymouth, leaving us the undisputed control of the sound, and by her defeat saving New-teamer Cotton Planter and the Bombshell, which last they sunk at the attack on Plymouth and afterward raised, made its appearance at the mouth of the river. We retre