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eated in confusion. Col. Anderson, in the midst of the fight, rode up to Col. Shaw, and asked for reinforcements; but Col. Shaw replied that it was useless to cCol. Shaw replied that it was useless to contest with such overwhelming numbers. On receiveing this answer, Col. Anderson sat down for a moment and cried bitterly; then taking his sword, he broke it in piecWise's Legion, arrived in our city yesterday. Commissary's Sergeant Rice, of Col. Shaw's regiment, was captured. Capt. Cole was shot through the head and died instll the information about our forces and fortifications. It appears that Colonel Shaw got wind of his intended desertion, and told him that if he attempted to des town. Our force at Roanoke. The North Carolina Standard says: Col. Shaw's regiment of North Carolina troops, pretty well equipped, we believe, has bes yet we have no means of knowing. Gen. Wise was sick and not on the Island. Col. Shaw was the senior Colonel of the North Carolina troops. Whether any one else wa