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n the Georgiana on Saturday.--Most of them are on the sick list. The captain of a sailing vessel which was lying near Hampton on the day after the battle of Great Bethel, has arrived at this port. He reports that a large number of killed and wounded were ferried across in the Susquehanna fishing boats, but he could not ascertain the number. [Correspondence of the Associated Press.] Fortress Monroe, June 15, --6 P. M.--The steamer Alabama arrived here this morning, with Col. Max Weller's German Regiment.--They go into encampment near Hampton.--Among the fifteen additional regiments expected at Fortress Monroe, is an efficient corps of artillery from Fort McHenry, and a regiment of mounted riflemen. The latter are greatly needed to operate against the Virginia Light Horse. On the arrival of these regiments the troops now here will extend their lines several miles further from the Fortress. The Peninsula will soon become an immense entrenched camp. Telegraphic commu