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Doc. 29 1/2.-the Burnside expedition. A correspondent of the New-York Commercial Advertiser gives the following minute account of the voyage of the fleet from Hampton Roads, Va., to its destination: on board steamer Cossack, January 13. At half-past 9 o'clock on Saturday night, January eleventh, an order to steam up and get away as speedily as possible came on board the Cossack, and in twenty minutes the anchor was up and the wheels moving. Such promptness is highly creditable
Monroe at intervals during the past week are said to have made Hatteras Inlet and the military station there the rendezvous.
The sealed orders are at last opened, and we know that we are to pass through Hatteras Inlet.
The passage through Hampton Roads was illumined by the rays of the moon, but as we approached the lightship off Cape Charles, we seemed to be pursued by a dense fog, which soon after-wards enveloped us in a damp embrace.
The position of the moon was indicated by a lighter sh