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Morehead cities and at Beaufort. Their object is, of course, to cut off communication with Fort Macon. Col. White, the commandant of that post, has a good garrison, provisions for full ten months, plenty of ammunition and a stout heart. Fort Macon is not taken yet. Whenever a Yankee goes from Morehead, City to Beaufort or back again, the Colonel gives them a shot. We regret to learn that even in this beleaguered host some traitors were to be found, as there was at least one serpent in Eden.--Some few men, it is said, from Capt. Pool's company, contrived to desert to the enemy. It is not probable that they can communicate any information likely to be of value to the enemy, as of course the character of the Fort, an old government work, is as well known to the enemy as to ourselves. The battle of Sugar Creek. The great fight in Arkansas is now called the Battle of Sugar Creek. the latest and fullest details confirm the reports favorable to the South. A correspondent wr