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It strikes out the pledge of public lands. From Fortress Monroe. The Northern papers publish the following in regard to affairs in North Carolina and at Fortress Monroe: The 9th New York regiment had made an expedition up the Chowan river with three gunboats, but having found the enemy in full force, returned without making an attack. Among the passengers by the Baltimore is Charles Henry Foster, who was reported killed at Winton by Southern papers. The election order have been received, in the re-election of Mr. Foster to Congress. The ordinances of the Convention were also ratified. The object of the expedition of the 9th New York regiment was to destroy the railroad bridges on the Black Water and Chowan rivers. The enemy, however, were discovered in large force at Winton, and no landing was made. The enemy fired at our gunboats, and in retaliation the town was shelled. The greater part of the Burnside Expedition wat still at Roanoke Isla