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s in Hampton Roads preparatory to an important naval expedition to the Southern coast. In view of the increasing importance of Fortress Monroe as a basis of offensive operations against the Confederates, there is to be a large increase in the military and naval forces. There was some heavy firing this morning at Sewell's Point. The Confederates were trying the range of their new guns. A deserter states that the Confederate force there numbers about two thousand men. Quartermaster Tallmadge is making arrangements to quarter contraband slaves at Old Point, in comfortable wooden barracks outside the fortress. Release of a prize schooner — gun-boat sunk. This morning the Pusey towed down the river the schooner Remittance, of Baltimore, captured by the Yankee near Port Tobacco not long since. It appeared upon examination that her cargo, consisting of tobacco, &c., was consigned to parties in Baltimore, and there being no proof of her being engaged in illegitimate