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ought to Nor-folk this morning which did not explode It is a dangerous looking missile. I saw another small piece of shell not larger than my hand. Capt. Dayal, of the Georgia Battalion, who is stationed at Sewell's Point, informed, me that nobody was hurt, and that little harm should be done at the distance of four or five miles. Our boys, in the meantime, will stand firm by their battery. An amusing chase took place between one of our tug-boats and old Abe's steamer Cataline, on Sunday, near Newport News, the latter flying at full speed and the Confederate steamer Empire close behind her. The Cataline received one or two shots, and would have been captured by the daring conduct of Capt. Parrish, had not the guns of the Cumberland been brought to bear upon her. Three suspicious individuals were taken up to-day and are undergoing a trial in Norfolk, I suppose they will be dismissed, as they purport to be deserters and from Fortress Monroe. This is what I heard. Gorman.