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mden. Col. Martin dispatched a messenger to Beacon Island for four other companies of his command, which arrived there on Wednesday evening. viz: The Washington Grays, Capt. T. Sparrow; Tar River Boys, from Pitt, formerly commanded by Lieut. Col. Johnson; the Hertford Light Infantry, Capt. Sharp, and 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 er the fort surrendered — 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 counties. Beaufort, Pitt, Martin, Washington, Hertford, Pasquotank, and perhaps Camden and Currituck, are in mourning. How deeply do we sympathize w
in importance. Before the Union troops reached Northing which is some distance across the country from the railroad, the Secessionists had disappeared. Andrew Johnson Newport. Ky., Sept. 2 --Senator Johnson of Tennessee, addressed an immense Union meeting yesterday at this place Sirong Union resolutions were adoptedSenator Johnson of Tennessee, addressed an immense Union meeting yesterday at this place Sirong Union resolutions were adopted. Cincinnati Sept. 2 --Hon. Andrew Johnson was serenaded at the Barnet House last evening, and be made a patriotic speech to an immense crowd of Confiscation of a Steamboat at Pittsburgh Under the conflagration act, Collector Bachelor, of Pittsburg, seized a new steamer in coarse of construction, and placed her in pHon. Andrew Johnson was serenaded at the Barnet House last evening, and be made a patriotic speech to an immense crowd of Confiscation of a Steamboat at Pittsburgh Under the conflagration act, Collector Bachelor, of Pittsburg, seized a new steamer in coarse of construction, and placed her in possession of the offices of the Government, to be disposed of for its benefit. The boat belongs to the Hon. John Bell, of Tennessee, and is worth about $11,000. As but some $5,000 only have been paid on her, the Government will be benefited by the seizure only to that amount. Secretary reward at home. On Thursday evening