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a part of Capt. Dickerson's company, one Hawitzer; Nottoway Cavalry, Capt. Jones; Charles City Cavalry, Capt. Donthat On the evening of the 7th our commander, Major Montague having heard that the enemy were landing on Pocosin River, at the distance of some eight miles from Bethel, immediately ordered his battalion to that post, where it remained until Col. Magruder visited us on the 8th, and ordered the battalion to the Halfway House, two and a half miles from Bethel. On the morning of the 10th. Major Montague, at 1 A. M., marched his battalion to Bethel Church Immediately on reaching the Church, the battalion threw up a small breastwork to the right of the Church, to defend the interior of our camp, and a howitzer battery placed parallel some fifty yards to or left Immediately before the commencement of the action, Capt. Werth's company was ordered to assist Col. Hill, and a North Carolina company placed at our breastwork. We were thus for an hour and a half in the most exposed po
Manufacturing dispatches. --In the Washington correspondence of the New York Times, of the 10th inst., occurs the following intelligence: "From a clergyman long resident at Beau fort, I learn that men and arms are plenty thereabouts, though ready cash is not to be found. The farmers and produce men grumble at receiving scrip in payment for provisions, and the self-sacrificing spirit, of which so much is written, does not obtain in the breasts of all." On the same day the Rev. Dr. Wilson, Pasteur of the Baptist Church in Beaufort, was in New York city attending to matters of business, and although he knew very well that the above paragraph could not apply to him, as he has not been "long resident in Beaufort," and has not been in Washington for two years, he thought it would be but an act of justice to his adopted State, to meet the slander on the spot, which he did in the following brief note: To the Editor of the New York Times: A paragraph occurred in