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rom the coast of North Carolina. From the Wilmington (N. C.) Journal, of the 24th, we gather the following interesting intelligence: We had the pleasure to meet yesterday Lt. Smith, of the Scotland Neck Mounted Rifles, who had just returned from Swansboro', having been detailed, in pursuance of the orders of General Anderson, with a detachment of ten men from that troop, to examine into the circumstances connected with the landing of certain Federal forces in the neighborhood of Bogue inlet, opposite the mouth of the White Oak river, and about twenty miles south of Fort Macon. Lieut. Smith left Camp Winslow, some six miles from Wilmington, on Thursday, the 17th inst., and got to Swansboro' on Saturday, the 19th. On Sunday morning, the 20th, he visited the banks where the reported landing took place. Soon after getting over to the banks he discovered the dead body of a man who appeared to have been a U. S. marine, judging from his dress. On the body were a navy revo