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eft only two regiments at Yorktown. Gen. Butler regards this as showing conclusively that the rebel forces at Yorktown do not exceed 5,000 men. There has been some expectation of an attack on the two Massachusetts regiments which have crossed Hampton Creek, and are now in advance of Hampton village, without entrenchments or adequate supports. The General, however, does not believe that they have sufficient force to venture upon such a movement. A line of telegraph has been laid down from the ul operation. The system of signaling between the Fort and Newport News is also in excellent working order. When Col. Allen was arrested, he was allowed the full liberty of the Fortress and of his camp, on giving his parole not to cross Hampton Creek. On Tuesday, however, he crossed over and spent some time at the quarters of Col. Wardrup, of the Massachusetts regiment. Yesterday Gen.Butler revoked his permission and restricted him to the Fortress. I see that some of your contemporarie