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Our correspondence. Norfolk, Sept. 7, 1861. The Federal steamer Harriet Lane is reported in Hampton Roads, where she was towed from the Carolina coast. She will probably soon be furnished with an armament and coal, to supply the deficiency occasioned by getting aground near Hatteras. I learn that the Federal War Department has determined to establish a naval station at Hatteras Inlet, and that large quantities of coal and ammunition will shortly be stored there. Our Government is acting promptly, with a view to disappoint the confident expectations of the Hessians, prevent their depredations in the waters of Carolina, and to rout those who should not have been allowed to get possession of the fortifications at Hatteras.--But I will not give particulars of the movements which are known to be in progress. Different opinions are expressed relative to the engagement at Hatteras, and the brave boys at some of the forts below our city are eager for a chance to show thei