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The capture of Fort Hatteras.

Wilmington, N. C., Aug, 30.
--Official intelligence received here this morning, states that Hatteras Battery was taken at 11 A. M., yesterday, by the Federal fleet and forces under Gen. Butler. Five hundred and thirty-five prisoners were taken, including Col. Barron and Col. Bradford.

Latest.--Wilmington, 8 P. M.--The latest intelligence from Hatteras announces that Forts Hatteras and Clark, (two miles north of Hatteras,) have been taken by the Federals. Our men fought bravely, and the loss on our side in killed was about forty, and wounded twenty. Another report says that we had eighty killed and wounded. The balance of our force, from six to eight hundred, were taken prisoners. Only ten or twelve escaped.

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