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at there are genuine friends of the Union here is unquestionable, and some of them white, but the majority are of the contraband class, who seem universally delighted that our presence and the discomfiture of their masters. They appear to be well informed in regard to the causes and the probable effect of this struggle, and willing and anxious to do all they can to aid us. A good many of the more valuable of the slaves have been carried off by their owners in their flight, and the jar at Goldsboro' is said to be filled with them placed there for safe keeping. Genuine Union Feeling at Beaufort. There appears to be more real Union sentiment at Beaufort than in any other place in North Carolina yet occupied by our troops. Our forces were met by the Mayor on landing, and cordially welcomed to the city. A large majority of the citizens profecs to be favorable to the Union cause, and Major Allen's quarters are constantly thronged with those desirous of taking the oath of allegi