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The War.a Yankee view of Affairs. We continue our extracts from late Northern newspapers received at this office. The account of the operations of Burnside's expedition in North Carolina will be perused with much interest, and the reader will judge for himself as to now much confidence may be placed in the statements: Fort Macon. Beaufort, N. C., March 31. --The chief interest of the Burnside expedition is at present mainly centred in the proposed investment of Fort Macon, whi
owners in their flight, and the jar at Goldsboro' is said to be filled with them placed there for safe keeping.
Genuine Union Feeling at Beaufort.
There appears to be more real Union sentiment at Beaufort than in any other place in North Carolina yet occupied by our troops.
Our forces were met by the Mayor on landing, and cordially welcomed to the city.
A large majority of the citizens profecs to be favorable to the Union cause, and Major Allen's quarters are constantly thronged wit