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Roanoke Island is at the mouth of Albemarle Sound, and is the boundary line between that and Pamlico Sound, which the enemy's ships enter upon crossing the bar at Hatteras. Pamlico Sound is a shalloPamlico Sound is a shallow body of water only navigable by light draft vessels. 50 miles long, and from 8 to 30 miles broad, separated from the Atlantic by low sandy Islands, scarcely a mile wide, covered with bushes. PamlPamlico Sound receives Neuse, Tar, and Pamlico rivers. Newbern is on the Neuse, at the junction of Trent river with it — the Trent being a sort of estuary of Pamlico Sound. It is not without protectionPamlico Sound. It is not without protection; but it is unnecessary to say what. Washington is on the Tar river, at its entrance into Pamlico river, at the head of navigation for sea-going craft, and forty miles from the Sound. No large General Branch, of North Carolina, commands the district next below Albemarle Sound, including Pamlico. He has been, it is said, taking the most vigilant measures for the defence of the towns and c