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From Suffolk. Matters remain pretty much at a stand-still in the vicinity of Suffolk, so far as we have any information. It in reported that the enemy are completely devastating the country within their lines. On Wednesday of last week a detachment of 75 Yankee, with two pieces of artillery, landed on the Nansemond river at Holladay's Point, and burned the residences of Peter Houseman, Thos. Wilkiness, and John T. Pender. They also fired a dwelling on the farm belonging to the estate of the into Albert Shivers, but the flames were extinguished by the ladies on the promises before the house was consumed. Without a moment's notes to the inhabitants, mother party on the same day set fire to a portion of the village of Chuckatuck, in Nansemond county, and destroyed several houses.