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fugees.&c., &c., &c., Petersburg, Feb. 14. --The editor of the Express, of this city, has received a letter from Suffolk, dated to-day, which states that information had been received there last evening that the Federals had re-embarked at E from Edenton. They were, perhaps, only reconnoitering. Dr. Cohoon, a wealthy citizen of Elizabeth City, is now at Suffolk, a refuges. He remained there until the enemy had possession of Elizabeth City, and, although invited back and assured s of Government pork, which was at Hertford. A large number of young ladies from Murfreesboro' College have reached Suffolk. The people of Murfreesboro' appear apprehensive of a Federal invasion and the shelling of that town. The town of Suffolk is crowded with refugees. The next depredations by the Federals are expected at Plymouth and at other towns on the Roanoke. A portion of the enemy's fleet is at the south and of the Albemarle Sound, and have shelled the Confede
The Daily Dispatch: February 15, 1862., [Electronic resource], The enemy in North Carolina--his movements and Designs. (search)
ht be stopped by trees felled across it. The Roanoke Affair. We had the pleasure of seeing this morning a gentleman who arrived here last night from Suffolk, Virginia. There and at the Riack Water he saw persons who had been at Roanoke, among others Captain Stigail, commissary or quartermaster of Col. Jordan's regiment. of the orders of Col. Shave who told him to save all the public property he could; and he carried away all the papers, orders, and other portable matters. At Suffolk our informant, Dr. H. H. Robinson, of Bladen county, heard any number of rumors, half a dozen in half au hour. One of these reflected on Col. Shaw; about this beut could not get any information. It is not believed that the enemy can or will attempt to force his way to a railroad by way of the Roanoke. The idea is, that he will try to push up the Chowan and Nottaway to the junction of the latter with the Black Water, and then try to march to Carrsville, about 16 miles from Suffolk.