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d will be presented to every one within the reach of the committee, and we urge those out of the city to send in their names, that our hearts may rejoice seeing the work of our hands prosper. Maria G. Clopton, President L. D. A. All contributions to the Ladies' Defence Association, of money, plate and jewelry, to be sent to Mr. Ro. H. Maury, or Messrs. Ro. H. Maury & Co., south side Main, corner 11th street. Building materials, tools, &c., to Commander Farrand, at Capt. Haskins's, Rocketts. Grain, flour and other produce, to Samuel D. Hicks, Cary street. Iron and other metals, to the Tredegar Works. And we earnestly request every person will attend to the collecting of iron, &c. Articles for the Bazsar, pictures, books, furniture, &c, to Mrs. Vernon, corner of 9th and Broad streets. Committee for collecting subscriber's names of gentlemen, for the thousand dollar subscriptions, Mrs. Judge Clopton, President, and Mrs. Gen. Henningsen, Vice President.
Fight near Elizabeth City, N. C. Norfolk, April 20. --A large Federal force, supposed to be 5,000 strong, landed on the Pasquotank river, in Camden county, near Elizabeth City, North Carolina, yesterday, and were attacked by the Third Georgia regiment, Colonel Wright, and Captain Fennebees's militia company, at one o'clock P. M. Our force fought with great bravery. The Federal loss was heavy, Six Confederates were killed, including Capt. McComas, of Henningsen's battery, Wise Legion, and Lieut. Wilson, of the 3rd Georgia regiment. Sixteen were wounded and fifteen missing. The battle continued five hours. Col. Wright's forces retired from the field at midnight, and fell back to the half-way house on the Dismal Swamp Canal, a very strong position, and has been reinforced.--Our wounded have arrived here, and been placed in the hospital. Most of them were wounded slightly. The body of Captain McComas has arrived here.