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-The President was in fine spirits over the news of the victory in Kentucky, and the safe arrival of Gen. Burnside in Pamlico Sound. He had a cheerful word to say to most every person who paid their respects to him. Mrs. Lincoln appeared in pure whs a communication, in which he states, that the report of Gen. Gatlin and others as to a large Federal fleet being in Pamlico Sound, with the purpose of making an attack on Roanoke Island, Newbern, and other places in the vicinity, turns out to be e been received by letter from Roanoke Island, dated Wednesday, 5 o'clock A. M. to the effect that no such fleet is in Pamlico Sound, and that no fears are entertained there of an immediate attack. Reliable information from Hyde county also corroborThe New York Herald, of the 22d instant, says: Forty-nine vessels of the Burnside expedition, arrived safely at Pamlico Sound on Monday. It is thought that the tempestuous weather may have induced them to seek a temporary haven at that place.
occasioned some peril, if not some disasters, for it.--There would be no tears shed in this part of the world if the disasters were the greatest that ever befell such an armed force upon the seas. We have said that if its destination was Pamlico Sound, we did not see any great results in store for it; and if the people of the south were to select a point for its attack, that point would be the North Carolina coast. But it is so far from being certain that point was selected by the enemy, that it may now be rather believed that a more southern field is that chosen for the threatened demonstration. Mobile has been suggested, with much plausibility, as the point for which it took its departure. The entrance into Pamlico, in that case, was merely to escape the storm. If Mobile is the object of the grand naval preparation, employment will be given to a very able and gallant officer and a well disciplined and brave army under him, that have been a long time waiting anxiously for t