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in this respect. I have been unable to learn the intentions of the enemy for the past few days. It is likely that reeforcements from Longstreet will be sent to the vicinity of Newbern, and then another attempt will be made to enter that or this town. We are ready here; but what can fifteen hundred men do against four times that number? In the last extremity we may look for reenforcernents, and no sooner, from present appearances. In the mean time, however, the enemy may retreat toward Kingston or Raleigh, foraging the country as they move along. The roads are in the best order; the weather delightful; the spirits of the Union troops excellent and buoyant; they are more willing to fight at any time than to think of surrendering. You will hear from me soon again. W. C. H. A rebel account. Richmond, February 6, 1864. Advices received yesterday from North-Carolina were very sanguine of the capture of Newbern, and represented that it had been completely invested by our