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Yankee account from North Carolina--reported destruction of the Nashville.

Norfolk, Va., March 26.
--We have the following from Fortress Monroe, dated 23d March:

"The steamer Chancellor, Livingston, arrived from Hatteras last night and brings intelligence that immediately after the occupation of Newbern, the expedition started to Beaufort, N. C. That place was found to have been evacuated before our (Federal) troops approached. For Macon was blown up by the rebels, and the rebel steamer Nashville was burnt the day Gen. Burnside occupied Newbern. It has been ascertained that 16,000 rebel troops are now on the road from Goldsboro', to reinforce the rebels of Newbern. The steamer Swaps sailed Fortress Monroe for Hatteras on the 29th March with mails and passengers."

[Second Dispatch]

Washington, March 02
--The reported destruction of Fort Macon and the steamer Nashville is confirmed.

Col. Segar, representative elect from Accomac District, Va., arrived here this morning, and confirms the intelligence of the destruction of the privateer? Nashville, and of Fort Macon, by the rebels.

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