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easily distinguished from Willoughby's Point. The body of Maj. Winthrop was brought to Fortress Monroe on Tuesday morning, and in the aection of Great Bethel for the purpose of obtaining the body of Major Winthrop, which, it will be remembered, was buried by the Confederate trine was General Butler. Soon as the boat reached the wharf, Mr. Winthrop, brother of the deceased, had it conveyed to the Philadelphia Depapers: The Adelaide had on board the body of the lamented Major Winthrop, who was killed at the battle of Great Bethel. On Tuesday mornf soldiers were seen approaching, bearing with them the body of Major Winthrop. It was enclosed in an India rubber cloak, and very much decomops who had been found upon the battle-field. When the body of Major Winthrop was placed in the coffin, Col. Magruder and his men removed thea fight." The Associated Press account of the procuring of Major Winthrop's body contains nothing of interest, except a statement that Co