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York Herald furnishes the subjoined. We presume that Dr. Hooe is the gentleman whom the invaders call Dr. Howe: Lieut. Budd, commanding the Resolute, of the flying flotilla, proceeded on Tuesday last to Howe's landing. After firing several songing to Dr. Howe. As the doctor was suspected of having been instrumental in burning the schooner Christiana Keene, Lieut. Budd was determined to set fire to his homestead. On entering the house, several trunks were seen packed up ready for remoemales. The house was very richly furnished, and contained a valuable library, all of which fell a prey to the flames. Lt. Budd took prisoner a young negro man the body servant of Dr. Howe, who stated that the family had left the house during the c saw the Resolute coming in. He reported that Dr Howe himself was wounded by one of the shots from the rifled cannon. Lieut. Budd took away with him a cavalry officer's full uniform, by way of trophy. The dwelling, which was one of the most deligh