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another whose name we have not. With this small force and an inefficient battery, he determined to give the enemy battle. About the time the action commences, Com. Barron. Col. Bradford, and Major Andrews, reached there from Newbern. We learn that Col. Bradford remarked, before leaving Newbern, that he knew the fort was indefens — that our loss was 60 in killed and wounded, and that our entire force, consisting of seven or eight companies, surrendered with their officers, together with Com. Barron, Col. Bradford, Major Andrews, Col. Martin, Lieut. Col. Johnson and Major Gilliam. Many of the men and officers were our first young men in the eastern countied two or three vessels, and the Yankees are rebuilding the fort. The houses of the dwellers about the Inlet, it is said, were consumed by the Yankees. It is said that Com. Barron was among the wounded. The Yankees took the wounded with them. Mr. V. B. Gilbert, a printer, late of this city, is said to be among the killed.
of Officers and Men Surrendered at Fort Hatteras, furnished by Col. Martin, 7th North Carolina Volunteers. Commodore Samuel Barron, C. S. N., Flag Officer. Colonel William F. Martin, Seventh Regiment North Carolina Volunteers. Lieut. Coleras Inlet a few hours previous to the arrival of the national fleet. The Captive Confederate officers Commodore Samuel Barron, late Captain in the United States Navy, who surrendered Fort Hatteras, was born in Virginia and appointed from otal term of service in the Navy up to the time of his resignation was forty-eight years. He was last at sea in 1859 Commodore Barron holds the position of Assistant Secretary of the Navy under Jeff. Davis. He is a son of Commodore Barron who struckCommodore Barron who struck the flag of the Chesapeake to the Leopard, and afterwards killed Commodore Decatur in a duel. Colonel William F. Martin, of the Seventh North Carolina Volunteers, is a native of Elizabeth City, N. C, and is about thirty-eight years of age. He i
se drawn subsequently to the secession of Louisiana, and as late as August 15th he forwarded through Adams Express his accounts all perfectly square up. Commodore Barron's Sword. The New York Herald says: The sword of Commodore Barron has been presented to the President. The Confederate Commodore was captured in fuCommodore Barron has been presented to the President. The Confederate Commodore was captured in full regimentals. The flag-ship of the expedition — the Minnesota — was formerly under command of Commodore Barron. Nominations in Kent county, Md. The Peace and State-Rights party of Kent county have nominated for the House of Delegates F. Hyland Taylor. E q., and Dr. Thos. W. Wroth. The Kent Conservator, speaking of tCommodore Barron. Nominations in Kent county, Md. The Peace and State-Rights party of Kent county have nominated for the House of Delegates F. Hyland Taylor. E q., and Dr. Thos. W. Wroth. The Kent Conservator, speaking of the nominating Convention, says: "We have never attended a County Convention in which was evinced so great harmony, unanimity zeal and determination." Arrest of Southerners. We copy the following paragraph from the New York Tribune, of the 21; Two Southern travelers from New York and Boston were arrested to da