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ts. The city was full of rumors yesterday, and the excited imaginations of the people were kept in constant activity. It was currently reported, and extensively believed, that the enemy had penetrated the State of North Carolian as far as Murfreesboro', a little town in Hertford county, bordering on Southampton, Va. and not far from the line of the Seaboard and Roancke Railroad.--Another report had it that the Federals were within thirty miles of Murfreesboro', having gone up the Chowan rivMurfreesboro', having gone up the Chowan river in small boats to do which it would be necessary to pass the town of Edenton. There is, however, no confirmation of these statements, official or otherwise, and we have every reason to believe that the enemy has not penetrated to any point beyond Elizabeth City. Mr. F. W. Tichenor, Sergeant Major of Cavalry in the Wise Legion, arrived in the city last evening, from Currituck Bridge, on the Albamarle and Chesapeake Canal, which place he left on Monday night. We learn from him that Gen. W