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n a musing to have seen the condition of these transports yesterday and day before and to have seen eight or ten thousand soldiers paying their devoirs to Hatteras as the ship rounded the cape. Old seamen say the storm was very severe outside, and we have been piously hoping that every vessel may go to the bottom before it is over. If the expedition escapes the Scylla of the sea, it has a Charybdis on land to encounter. I believe its destination to be either Wilmington or to rein force Gen. Stevens on the Carolina coast; but something must be heard from it before this supposition reaches you. In the local line there is little to relate. An incident or two; a furious storm; the promise of a hop at the "Huger Barracks;" and a fair for the benefit of the Fiftieth Virginia, which opens to night, are about all I believe. The question of the collectorship is exciting some talk, especially as the Yankee prints are making a great handle of Mr. Garnett's advertisement. It is fort