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tk in General Burnside's expedition against North Carolina. One regiment and a battery were at Ship Ipedition under General Burnside, to invade North Carolina, commenced embarking on board transports ast regiment to land and invade the soil of North Carolina.
The capture of the island, the bravery eTwenty-first Regiment, which had come from North Carolina, in fine condition, and only requiring a hhe Governor writes to General Burnside, at North Carolina, congratulating him upon his well-deservedster were soon recruited, and forwarded to North Carolina.
April 19.—The Governor writes to Mr. Cous to the commencement of the campaign in North Carolina under Burnside, and in Virginia under Genefantry were in General Burnside's army, in North Carolina.
The Twenty-sixth, Thirtieth, and Thirty-o they were the first, in 1862, to land in North Carolina, and carry the flag, and keep step to the