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e received surgical attention. No military movement had taken place. [correspondence of the Associated Press] Fortress Monroe, July 14, P. M. --I learn from Col. Benedix, at Newport News, that twelve men and two lieutenants belonging to his regiments are still missing. They have doubtless been killed or taken prisoners. A part of the sanitary commission have reached Old Point from Washington, and have busily spent the day in visiting Newport News and camps Hamilton and Greble. They are--Rev. Dr. Bellows, President; Drs. Van Buren and Agnew; Prof. Bibbs, and Messrs. Frederick, Law, Olmstead and Strong. The distinguished visitor of the day is Mr. Russell, of the London Times. He went up to Newport News with General Butler and the sanitary commission, and witnessed some excellent firing with Sawyer's gun. This afternoon he visits Hampton to witness the re-opening of the Hampton bridge. The battle of Beverly — additional particulars. We have s