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ad seventeen killed. The 59th marched directly by the quarters of Col. Shaw, and halted at the beach. On the way down the remainder of the 46th Virginia, under Major Fry, joined them, having just landed from barges which brought them from Nag's Head. Forming on the shore, Col. Anderson and Major Fry proposed to make a final stand there, and, while listening to the fight above between the enemy and Col. Green, drew up the men and deployed skirmishers. Word was soon after brought that a fl man in uniform standing upon the deck, but were restrained by their officers, who hoped that the tug was only turning to come nearer land. But straight across the sound she was carried, towing the flats along, and we last saw her steaming for Nag's Head.--With little exertion every man of the Wise Legion might have been taken on board, and had the flats been turned adrift many might have escaped. What the excuse for such conduct was I cannot imagine; it is to be hoped that Major Bacon has a g