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From North Carolina. the Attach upon Newbern — the town shelled by the Yankees — Panio and Flight of the inhabitants, &c. Goldsboro', N. C., March 14, --Last night about twenty thousand Federals landed with artillery and cavalry near our batteries, a short distance from Newbern, and began skirmishing with their infantry. The enemy's gunboats, about fifty in number, hauled up within gentlemanly distance of our batteries, and opened upon them with eight inch shell. The fight then became general. They drove our men from the battery. Latham's battery was cut all to pleces. Lieutenant-Colonel Haywood is reported killed. He was shot in the forehead. Colonel Campbell is wounds. Several other officers are killed and wounded. Many of our men were also killed, wounded, and made prisoners, but everything is in such litter disorder that nothing definite or certain can be learned. The Federal gunboats ran up to Newbern near the Nouce river brid