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ght, about a persons arrived here from Edenton and Elizabeth City. They came across the country on a carriages, wagons, and in anyway they could bring them was Capt Parker connected with Comd. Lynch's fleet and many of the men of the fleet who had escaped. Early on Wednesday morning Comd. Lynch arrived. On Friday night, the Commodore finding his ammunition nearly exhausted, sent Capt. Parker with a note to the commanding officer, informing him that he was going to Elizabeth City. Capt. Parker learned from Capt. Taylor at the Pork Point Battery, that up to that time only one of our men had been killed and three wounded, and Capt. Taylor thought theyCapt. Parker learned from Capt. Taylor at the Pork Point Battery, that up to that time only one of our men had been killed and three wounded, and Capt. Taylor thought they could hold out unless they were turner in the rear. Com. Lynch on his arrival at Elizabeth City dispatched an officer and obtained ammunition enough or two vessels, and on Sunday went down to Roanoke Island, supposing that they were still fighting. When near the mouth of the Pasquatank river he learned that the island had falle