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Letter from the Gulf shore. military preparations--the Alabama bowie — the men who carry them — the enemy on the coast — the Burnside expedition — the stampede from the coast--Major Hesse--his Court-martial and his smile. [Special correspondence of the Dispatch.] Mobile, Jan. 11th, 1862. The "dreadful note of preparation" is heard on all sides now, and the city begins to look as military as a camp., Some features skin to martial law are symptomatic of further progress to that end, for provost marshal regulations have been established by Gen. Withers commanding. The reserve city companies of organized and ununiformed militia are brushing up their information as to the manual of arms, and every citizen who has a firearm is brushing it up. The foundries are at work night and day making shot and shell for the forts and batteries, and forges are busied on a heavy State order for pikes, a painful description of cold steel which we will introduce to the attention of B