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n hours, having left Roanoke island on Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock. By a gentleman who came passenger, we learn all was quiet at the Island when he left. Commodore Lynch's fleet of gun-boats are still lying there, waiting for the arrival of the Yankees. None of his gun-boats have ventured in Pamlico Sound since the Sea Bird went down, two weeks ago. Nothing is known at the Island of the movements of the Burnside expedition. We regret to hear of the illness of General Wise at Nag's Head. He is still confined to his bed, and unable to attend to his laborious duties. He has designed many improvements which will greatly strengthen the defences at Roanoke island. It would have been well for the country if he had been assigned to that command several months ago. We hope it is not yet too late, and that his health may soon recover. The Charlotte (N. C.) Mint. The Wilmington (N. C.) Journal believes the Confederate Government ought to restart the mint at Charlotte, i