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Northern News. We make the following extracts from our Northern files: Narrow escape of two Federal regiments The New York Times states that the 13th and 25th New York regiments, about 1,300 strong, narrowly escaped being lost at sea while on their way, in the steamer Baltic, from Norfolk to New York. They had been stationed at Suffolk, but their time being up they left for home, shipping at Norfolk. The ship went aground about fifty miles South of Cape May, and was gotten off, leasing badly. Minute guns were field, and blue lights sent up at night. Meanwhile, the troops had been detailed into gangs and reliefs of 20 men each, and, under the direction of their officers, worked incessantly at the pumps, the coal hole, and the baggage gangways. In these tolls they were cheered and assisted by the crew of the ship, who, with the zeal and skill of American seamen, gave themselves no respite all night long Hundreds of tons of coal, baggage, and commissary stores, wer