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From Norfolk. the weather and the Winds--recent events — coal supplies --the Independent Grays and the ladies — truce Flags, &c. [special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Norfolk, Va., Oct. 9, 1861. The weather here is very stormy, and judging from appearances and the direction of the wind, we shall probably have another storm, which will be specially annoying to the transient visitors to Hatteras. I learn that during the storm that occurred some ten days ago, the cowardly Hessian troops there were nearly washed away, the tide rising several feet over the low and narrow piece of sandy land which they are holding in terrible suspense, until they shall be captured by the dauntless Southerners who are determined to drive them from the sod of the Old North State as soon as they are ready to strike a blow that will teach the intruders a lesson never to be forgotten. I learn that the soldier who was so severely wounded a few days ago by balls fired from a revolv