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Iron-clads. Since our only disaster in North Carolina has resulted from the introduction by the rebels of formidable iron-clads in their
have been taken to advise Major-General Butler, and to protect North Carolina from rebel invasions.
Soon after my arrival, I learned that that she is not yet complete.
Since assuming the command in North Carolina, I have kept strict watch over this matter, and frequently advi r from Hatteras, which is the only available gun of the kind in North Carolina.
I do not feel very.
apprehensive, unless the ram moves in co you that he had withdrawn all the best and available troops in North Carolina.
There is no reserve force here, nor in any of the sub-distric llmore, some forces could be collected for rebel enterprises in North Carolina, during our destitute condition.
After the attack on Newber ws:
With the force you have, we shall expect you to hold North Carolina against all comers.
Don't let the army get frightened at the