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Latest from the North. the fighting at Suffolk — a Gunboat riddled — Rumors of the Withdrawal of the rebels — Hooker Urged to go in and gather Lee, &c. [from our Own Reporter.] Fredericksburg, April 24. --I have received the New York Herald of Saturday, the 18th inst., and send you a summary of the news it contains: A dispatch, dated April 14th, from Lieut. Com. Cushing, of the U. S. steamer Com. Barney, to the Navy Department, says: The vessels from above came down this morning, the Mount Washington disabled. At 11½ A. M. the enemy's artillery opened on us with a cross fire. At once we went into action and silenced them in an hour. At 1 P. M. the enemy opened on the Mount Washington (which was grounded,) with artillery and sharpshooters at 700 yards. I kept close to the disabled Mount Washington and bought until high water, and then ordered the Stepping Stone to take her in tow, although under a heavy fire, and at 5 P. M. silenced the enemy's bat