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Capt., Cannon, arrived yesterday morning and brought some news of interest. Preparations are said to be making for an attack on Yorktown, by way of Great Bethel, as soon as a regiment of cavalry can be obtained. It is said at Fortress Monroe that a powerful battery has been constructed on the opposite side from the Fortress, between Howell's and Willoughby's Points, and distance three miles, from which it is expected rifled cannon will be used against the Fortress, while that at Willoughby's Point will operate against the Rip Raps. Information has been received at the Fortress that the steamer Yorktown, formerly of the line between Richmond and New York, will upon attempt to run the blockade. She is said to have a powerful armament of 40-pound guns, while has entire bull is covered with H. railroad iron, to metal the shots from the ships of war and Fortress Monroe. Her upper works have been cut down, so that put a small part of the aid to Col. Bartlett. At least tw