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t they are doing in them is not known. We cannot learn that they have made any movement towards Beaufort, or even thrown out pickets to any distance in that direction. A report that Federal troops had been seen at Trenton and at Pollocksville, in Jones county, appears to be without foundation. Trenton is the county seat of Jones county, on the Treat river, about twenty-five miles south of Newbern, and Pollocksville is also on the Treat river, about half way between Newbern and Trenton. Pollocksville is also on the Treat river, about half way between Newbern and Trenton. Of the many striking incidents and hair-breadth escapes connected with the affair at Newbern, as with almost all combats is one which might be called "a close shave" Captain Latham the gallant commander of the field battery which went by his name, got shot through various portions of his clothes — once through his hat, more than once through his coat and pants, and once through his whiskers, which it appears were long, full, and flowing, Happening to turn his head at some peculiar angle, a