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Com. Lynch left Cobb's Point with fifty-two officers and men, who have escaped.--But six of his men were killed and three wounded. B. Ham and J. W. Ham, privates in Capt. Jones's company, from Warren county, N. C., and connected with Col. Shaw's 8th N. C. regiment, arrived here on Wednesday night, having escaped from the enemy at Roanoke Island. They represent the fighting as desperate on both sides. Col. Shaw, they say, acted with great coolness and bravery throughout and whenCol. Shaw, they say, acted with great coolness and bravery throughout and when forced to surrender was engaged up to the last moment in spiking the guns. Colonel John V Jordan who was in command on the island, it is said displayed great bravery. Gen. Wharton Green's battalion was captured soon after arriving on the island. Adj't Wise, a nephew of Gen. Wise, was shot through the body and killed. The loss of the enemy all concur in setting down at 1,000, while our loss did not exceed 150, according to last accounts.
uld throw away. The panic and rout were complete. When close on their heels, and near the upper part of the island, Gen. Foster was met by a flag of truce from Col. Shaw, demanding terms of capitulation. Gen. Foster replied that the surrender must be unconditional, and immediate. These terms were accepted, and about 1,500 laid ment, that had been rowed down in six schooners from the main land early Saturday morning. Gen. Foster approached, and had an interview with the rebel commander, Col. Shaw, of North Carolina, who asked him what terms he would exact. Gen. Foster replied, "An unconditional surrender," and consented to give him time to return to emand. The rebel officer had hardly reached his men when the Massachusetts 24th, burning with impatience, sprang forward in the direction of the enemy, when Col. Shaw immediately raised a white handkerchief as a signal that the rebels had concluded to surrender. he rebels had proposed to cut off our passage up Croaton Sou