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nts of N. C. State troops under the command of Gov. Vance and Gen. Martin, and about 10,000 of the enemy. The Raleigh Journal, of Saturday, says that this report was incorrect, and that nothing of the kind had taken place since the fight of Sunday evening. The impression prevails that the enemy is concentrating his forces in the neighborhood of Williamston, Martin county, with the intention of attacking some point on the line of the Wilmington and Weldon Railroad. A dispatch from Goldsboro', dated ten o'clock Friday night, states that there had been no fighting, and that the enemy had retreated in the direction of Weldon. We do not exactly understand now they could have retreated towards Weldon, since that is the point towards which they were supposed to be advancing. A letter in the Petersburg Express, from Tarboro', dated the 8th, says the Yankee army is marching upon that town with 12,000 troops. The information is derived from a Yankee deserter.--They are represen