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we hope the day is not far distant when he will be furnished with his farm in the South four by feent in size. Suspicious Movements about the North Carolina coast. On Saturday afternoon, says the Wilmington Journal, of Monday, a bark was seen from Camp Wvatt beating along the coast in a southwesterly direction, the wind being from the S. W.; and about 10½ o'clock at night, when opposite a point some two miles south of the camp, she sent up a rocket; She appeared to be making for Bald Head, and may have since come over the main bar. She kept close in, but not close enough to discover her nationality. Still another bark hove in sight yesterday at 3 o'clock P. M., running along the beach. She subsequently changed her course, running head on to the beach; while farther out to sea an object was seen, supposed to be a steamer in pursuit of the bark. By five o'clock, however, the object supposed to be a steamer had disappeared in the distance.--Our correspondent thinks that