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caitiff on the ground May seem as shy, as grave, as just, As absolute as Angelo." These Puritans are an "outward sainted" crew. Inwardly, they come up to the Gospel mark of the Scribes and Pharisees--"ravening wolves." An unusual activity appears to prevail among the Federals at Fort Monroe. Their transports seem to be preparing for the movements of large bodies of troops so ewhither; but no one can divine where they will make their earliest manifestation. Some think Hatteras, some Brunswick, some Norfolk.--The apprehension that Norfolk may be the point has stirred up a little excitement on the pavements, as some give the idea ready credence. We must do our best if they should come. A large Federal steamer anchored in the Roads yesterday afternoon. It is thought to be the Powhatan. The fleet is growing bigger in these waters. We have now almost daily a flag of truce between our forces and the enemy's. The occurrence has got to be so customary that i