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The campaign in Carolina. Untill within a day or two past, the capture of Roanoke Island by Burnside was considered a foregone conclusion. A fleet of nearly a hundred sail and an army of fifteen or twenty thousand men, with guns and equipmentsign ourselves to the conclusion which a day or two of hope — we confess not strong in our own case — had unsettled. Burnside has landed, after a hard fight, on a seaboard island, not as advantageously situated, nor encompassed by as rich surroune seem to have that single object for the present in view, and it has been repeatedly declared by Northern journals that Burnside's primary purpose is a demonstration upon our railroad. It remains to be seen whether such be his real design, and withr three to one. The reduction of Norfolk would be the work of months, and could only be effected by a large increase of Burnside's forces, an increase which the Yankee exchequer is not able to afford for an operation stretching through a protracted