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t week by flag of truce from Fortress Monroe; preached an excellent sermon yesterday in Christ Church, (Episcopal.) Mr. W. is stopping with his family at the Atlantic Hotel. I learn that he met with some difficulty in getting away from the misealled city of Brotherly Love. I trust he has shaken the dust from his feet. Yesterday morning, at about 11 o'clock, a fire broke out in a saw mill in the Navy-Yard. It is supposed to have been the work of an incendiary. A detachment of the Norfolk County Patriots, stationed at the Yard, quickly extinguished the fire with the engines belonging to the establishment. Little damage was done. For the first time in the recollection of your correspondent, an office of some importance goes begging in Norfolk. Mr. Garnett, the chief collector of the Confederate war tax, advertises for a collector for this city, and intimates that unless some suitable person in the city or district will take the office, a collector from another part of the