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made lately, and yesterday an affair occurred which caused some uneasiness. Col. Brown, of the Twentieth Indiana regiment, stationed at Portsmouth, went out of town in the morning to take a side. In an hour or two afterwards his horse came into town wounded and riderless, and it was feared that the Colonel had been killed or captured. It is reported that the Galena was considerably damaged by the shot from the rebel batteries. The Post-Office in Norfolk has been reopened by Col. Trott, of the Department.--No postmaster has yet been selected. Seward and Welles at Norfolk. Secretaries Seward and Welles reached Fortress Monroe from Washington last Friday, and left the same evening in a special steamer for Norfolk. They were received with the proper salute and ceremony, and remained in the city until late next morning, when they returned, visiting on their way back the wreck of the Merrimac. The repulse of the gunboats had a depressing effect at Philadelphia