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Additional from the North. The Northern papers of the 28d inst. contain a few brief items of intelligence: The Examination of a Banished Minister. It has already been announced that Butler has sent Rev. Jas. D. Armstrong, D. D., of Norfolk, Va., to work upon the fortifications at Hatteras, as a punishment for being "disloyal. " The following is the official report of the "examination" of Dr. Armstrong: Question. Do you call yourself a loyal man in letter and spirit to day? Dr. Armstrong: Question. Do you call yourself a loyal man in letter and spirit to day? Answer. I prefer not answering. Q What is the name of that gentleman who had taken the oath and while coming out of the Custom House with you made the remark that be "would like to spit upon Northern Yankees, " or something to that effect? A. I prefer not answering. Q. Have you ever in your pulpit alluded favorably to the Southern cause? A. I preached a sermon on the recommendation of the Southern Congress. Q. Did you object at that time to doing so? A. No, sir. Q. Have you