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The war News.invasion of North Carolina. Persons who arrived in Richmond Saturday evening from Newbern, N. C., fully confirm the accounts of the capture, by a Federal, feet, of fortifications on the North Carolina coast. It is stated that Fort Clarke was first attacked, and the garrison, being soon driven last sought refuge
ecause their long range guns ever not mounted. The following accounts, from North Carolina newspapers, agree substantially with verbal information received here:
make them rue it. We can, we must.
The feeling in North Carolina.[from the Wilmington Journal, Saturday.]
We regret to learn, by a passe est authority that the War Department is not responsible for the reverse in North Carolina.
The cost defence has been heretofore under the management of a State Mili the Ordnance Department that has not been promptly supplied.
The people of North Carolina are now, however, thoroughly aroused, and will not wait to investigate the
The war News.invasion of North Carolina. Persons who arrived in Richmond Saturday evening from Newbern, N. C., fully confirm the accounts of the capture, by a Federal, feet, of fortifications on the North Carolina coast. It is stated that Fort
f the gallant and popular Major Andrews, of Goldsboro', has roused that section to a mighty pitch of excitement.
At Newbern serious apprehensions are entertained for the safety of property, as it is known that the notorious Butler, of "contraba ter.]
Under this state of affairs we feel warranted in entertaining the most serious apprehensions for the safety of Newbern, Washington, and in fact, the entire coast.
Col. Campbell's Regiment, recently stationed at Graham, and originally destined for Virginia, was sent to Newbern on Wednesday.
The Charlotte Artillery left their camp here on Thursday for the same destination.
The Wilmington Artillery, now at Camp Boylan, and under marching orders for Virginia, have been detained here u