uregard on Sherian.
the expeditions against Wilmington.
return of Mr. Pollard.
the Blairs in Richation itself may cause the immediate fall of Wilmington.
Notwithstandinmported into the Confederacy at the ports of Wilmington and Charleston since October 26th, 1864, 8,6 to stop our blockade-running at the port of Wilmington.
If the wind blows off the coast, the blocke, he thinks, destined for another attack on Wilmington.
But none have left the lines in front of hspatches came last night for ammunition — to Wilmington,! believe.
We have nothing yet decisive frocretary came.
I could give him no news from Wilmington.
He is much distressed; but if the enemy prn vaguely that the attack on the defenses of Wilmington has been progressing since Friday, and that ed officially of the events and details near Wilmington, but there is a rumor, exaggerated perhaps, of the fall of Wilmington itself.
No doubt Sherman is marching on Charleston, and if there be no ba