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ging by individuals are prohibited, and will be severely punished. A portion of Sherman's army at Wilmington. A telegram from Fortress Monroe reports the arrival of two steamers there from Fort Fisher, and adds: They sailed from Smithville on the 1st instant at 11 o'clock A. M., and shortly before they left, the steamer General Meigs arrived from Wilmington, North Carolina, bringing the report, which was generally credited by the army and navy officers stationed at Smithville, thm Fort Fisher, and adds: They sailed from Smithville on the 1st instant at 11 o'clock A. M., and shortly before they left, the steamer General Meigs arrived from Wilmington, North Carolina, bringing the report, which was generally credited by the army and navy officers stationed at Smithville, that a portion of General Sherman's army had arrived at, and was marching through, Wilmington, North Carolina, from which it is conjectured that a junction with General Schofield has been effected.