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ong. The Confederate steamer Page is out from her old lair in Aquia Creek, and on the rampage among the forage vessels. She varies foraging with shell and she practice on the Sickles Brigade on the Maryland side, and with ferrying over the Confederate marauders. This blockade causes anxiety. Billy Wilson's report of the Santa Rosa fight. Col. Billy Wilson, of the Zouaves, has written the following letters to his wife: Camp Brown, Fort Pickens, Sixth Regiment N. Y. V., Oct. 11, 1861. Dear Wife: I am in a great hurry. We had a terrible attack two nights ago. Two thousand men came upon us at 3 o'clock in the morning. We, however turned out and gave them some fight. I had but two hundred men in camp at the time, and the rebels must have had at least two thousand; but the few I had did well, as we killed quite a number.--Eleven of my men are killed, several wounded, and a number taken prisoners. My old cook, Napoleon, is taken prisoner. We killed about four hu