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eing denied a passway over the bridge by the sentinel. After landing they passed-several sentinels, one of whom they lectured on being engaged in so unholy a warfare. They then went into the garrison, but had no pistols. Met Col. Dimmick and Capt.Dyer, and were treated with the characteristic courtesy and kindness that always distinguishes those officers, and by them were informed that Norfolk was not burned. They did ask if the ladies of Mill Creek and Hampton would be permitted to throw uo mention in this communication the mistakes with regard to Mrs. Smead. --Being entirely cognizant of all the circumstances relating to her leaving Fortress Monroe, I assure you that she was most kindly cared for by Dr. Cuyler. Col. Dimmick and Capt Dyer, until she was placed on the boat on which she left Old Point. Although entirely opposed to the political sentiments of the Commander and superior officers of Fortress Monroe, and regretting the mistaken sense of duty which induces them to