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General Vessels driven off

--Two Federal driving been engaged for some days in driving working parties engaged in levelling the Fort Carwell. N. C. two heavy siege guns on Saturday to drive them off. The says:

‘ The guns were carried over and placed in position on the beach, about a quarter of a mile apart, and between 9 and 10 o'clock Saturday the was opened on the unsuspecting Yankee when within two miles of the At the third shot, which entered the pad of the steamers. She was too distance and had to be by her were fired from the which took effect, doubtless killing of the enemy. The firing surpassed that we have heard of on The steamers were considerably were so busy in leaving but three times. The crippled 11-inch shell exploded The either two shells fell far there was thrown over the how of when she was five miles off, twenty-eight . The siege guns are of wonderful range, among farmer, than the boat guns the enemy line off river.

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