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confirm these reports. Monday morning, at an early hour, the fleet came off Fort Fisher--New inlet — and in a short time thirty vessels, of all classes, were in sight. Among them the Wabash anthe Owl and Colonel Lamb took abroad, the following item of news: "Amongst the fleet off New inlet, the war ships Colosado and Wabash have been recognized. We are not sure the report of a portuch report had been received at headquarters up to 6 o'clock yesterday evening. The fleet off New inlet consists of over thirty vessels, of all classes. The wind yesterday evening was from northeaste the following: "Yankee fleet (of) about thirty vessels (of) all classes appeared (at) New inlet yesterday. Among them, recognized Wabash and Colorado, all day engaged (in) lowering topsail led from Fortress Monroe for this port, had not arrived. It has since made its appearance off New inlet, the eastern entrance to the harbor of Wilmington. It came to anchor during the night of the