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From the North.the fight at Drury's bluff,&c. The Fortress Monroe correspondent of the Philadelphia Inquirer, under date of May 18th, sends the following: The great anxiety which has prevailed here for a week past to hear from the expedition up James river has at last been gratified. This afternoon the little Naugatuck was descried coming down the Roads, and immediately the anxious ones hurried to the beach to ask whether "the Monitor was shelling Richmond? " Having conversed with one of the officers of the Naugatuck, I am enabled to give you the following interesting particulars: Last Sunday morning the Monitor, Galena, and Naugatuck, started for the rebel capital via James river. They were soon followed by the Aroustock and Port Royal. They silenced several of the batteries which lined the snore, and passed some with the most contemptuous silence. The Captain of the Monitor stood upon the turret and waved his cap to a battery which he considere