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out battery. It was reported that several others had been wounded, but as to the truth of this he could not learn. The dead bodies of the six killed (or a part of them,) however, he saw ready for interment. The Monticello is so much injured that she will not be fit for service for some time. There has been no further attempt made upon any of our batteries since Sunday night. It was thought that the Minnesota or the Comberland would be placed in position to fire upon the battery at Sewell's — Point on yesterday accordingly, arrangements were made at that point to give them a proper reception. They are pretty well fortified there now with heavy guns, and are better prepared to cope with these ships than they were with the Monticello on Sunday. The weather here is exceedingly cool and unpleasant for the season, with every appearance of a northeast storm approaching. The small pox at Fort Monroe, I under stand is on the increase, a very large number being down with it.