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Sad result. --The wife of an estimable citizen of this town fell dead on Monday on reading the news of the capture of General Wise's force at Roanoke Island. One of her sons was an officer under Gen. Wise, and the fears engendered for his safety were too much to bear. Sad result. --The wife of an estimable citizen of this town fell dead on Monday on reading the news of the capture of General Wise's force at Roanoke Island. One of her sons was an officer under Gen. Wise, and the fears engendered for his safety were too much to bear.
The fight at Roanoke Islandconflicting reports.death of Capt. C. Jennings Wise.safety of Gen. Wise.&c., &c., &c. [Special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Norfolk, Feb, 11. Accounts from North Carolina are conflicting. It seems entirely certain that Elizabeth City has been burned by the inhabitants, who are scattered abGen. Wise.&c., &c., &c. [Special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Norfolk, Feb, 11. Accounts from North Carolina are conflicting. It seems entirely certain that Elizabeth City has been burned by the inhabitants, who are scattered about the country. It is doubtful, however, that the Yankees landed a large force after the burning and desertion of the town. The first account of our fleet was that the gun-boats had all been captured by the enemy; another, that the Confederate officers burned them; and it is stated this morning that five of our gun-boats were certainly captured by the Lincolnites, and that three of them have, thus far, escaped. Gen. Wise, I learn, has arrived at South Mills, near the Virginia line, and is slowly progressing towards this city. It is asserted that Capt. O. J. Wise is certainly among the killed, and also that he was dangerously wounded, but was not kil