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The Daily Dispatch: January 27, 1862., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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Interesting from the North Carolina coast — the enemy at Pamlies — feeling of the people — enlistments Extractdinary. Through the kindness of Lieut. Woodbury Wheeler, now in the city upon a special mission, we are in possession of a few facts which may not prove uninteresting to our readers. He reports that on yesterday week Col. George B. Singletery went down the coast in the steamer Albemarle upon a reconnoissance, and returned last Saturday, having on Wednesday overhauled a pilot who had just escaped from the enemy. From the source he learned that on Tuesday 175 Yankee vessels were certainly essaying a passage over the bar, and heading directly Pamlico Sound. In addition to this information, the polot avers that he saw three of the Yankee gun-boats wrecked and stranded at Hatteras. For corners, however Commodore Lynch, of Norfolk, having just returned from a reconnoissance of the enemy, declares that there was no appearance of these ships at Hatteras. He saw, it is <