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rtress Monroe on Tuesday, and while there saw on board a Federal vessel an old acquaintance whom he had known, in Baltimore. The Federal told him that Dix had taken almost every man able to carry a musket on this expedition to Richmond, including Peck's troops, and that he had about 20,000 men. Some of the men belonged to companies whose time was up, but their regiments time not having expired, they were forced to accompany it on the march. Our informant, while lying off Fortress Monroe, saw several transports plying between Norfolk and there, which he was told had Peck's troops on board. There were ten transports lying in Hampton Roads with regiments whose time was up going North. The Yankees still packet up as high as Tunstall's. Later. About 8½ o'clock in the evening a train arrived from Hanover Junction over the Fredericksburg road. The reports brought by it are to the effect that the enemy was not in night of that point at 5 o'clock, though there were reports th