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ines, it is believed that these stampedes will continue unless a thorough look-out be kept along the shore, and especially near the mouths of Tanner's and Mason's creeks. Considering the fact that some of the negro men who have gone off to Old Point were held in high estimation by their indulgent owners, who, in some cases, placed great confidence in their fidelity, and that negroes are not apt to originate or to form among themselves any well- devised plan or carefully-concerted movement,able that their credulous minds have been poisoned, and that they have been prompted and advised by abolition traitors who have communicated with them, and who are acting in concert with some of the fanatics connected with the Federal forces at Old Point or else where. Your gentlemanly and talented correspondent "Bohemian," left our city yesterday morning for North Carolina, having taken passage in a steamer that will go up the Southern branch of the Elizabeth, and through the Albemarle an
th Carolina side, on Monday morning, which lasted over four hours. It was supposed to be an engagement with the enemy's gun-boats. A passenger who reached here this morning says that he was informed by a Confederate officer in Savannah, that our batteries at New river had been , and act, at lasts of the Sailing of Another Yankee fleet — Its Destination — Destruction of Property by the Yankees — Arrival of Gen. Beauregard at Nashville, &c., &c. Norfolk,Feb. 4,--The fleet at Old Point went to sea to-day, Southward bound. It is believed that it is destined to co-operate with the Burnside or the fleet on the South Carolina and Georgia coasts. Augusta,Feb. 4.--The Charleston Mercury, of to-day, says that the firing heard on yesterday was at Red Bluff. The enemy destroyed the houses in that neighborhood.--Nobody was hurt. Nashville,Feb. 3.--Gen. Beauregard and suite arrived here this evening. The heavy rains last night and to-day interfered with the usual prepa<