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From Norfolk. the Capture of General Butler's Flag-ship Fanny--particulars of the fight, &c. [Special correspondence of the Dispatch.] Norfolk, Oct. 7, 1861. The weather yesterday was warm enough for the comfort of the sablest son of Africa; and to-day the sun shines as hot as in August; but a delightful sea-ising proprietor of the Day Book has changed the time of its issue from the afternoon to morning, and intends shortly to enlarge its size. The steamer Funny (Butler's flag-shp) and cargo, recently captured on the Carolina coast, are valued at from seventy-five to one hundred thousand dollars, including 73,000 cartridges and 2ing the intruders. Nothing reliable has been heard here for two days relative to army movements on the North Carolina coast. Some of the negroes captured on board the Fanny are said to have been stolen by Picayune Butler from citizens of the ill-fated town of Hampton, and will do doubt be restored to their rightful owners.