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reat Bethel, died on Thursday. His mother went down in the Adelaide, but he was dead before she saw him. He was an only child. Miss Dix, with three nurses, went to Old Point on the Adelaide, but she returned and has gone to Washington to attend to some wounded in that city. Quite a number of persons have reached Fortress Monroe to see their wounded friends. The U. S. sloop-of-war Vandalia arrived at Old Point on Friday and exchanged salutes with the flag-ship Cumberland. The S. R. Spaulding also arrived from Boston, with a large quantity of ammunition. The big gun "Union" was safely taken to Fortress Monroe, and was carefully guarded by seventy men and a force of artillery officers. All visitors to Fortress Monroe continue to be sworn to support the Government by the Provost Marshal. The result of the expedition towards Yorktown is looked for with a good deal of interest, and it is expected that a desperate battle will be fought. The Confederate forces are th