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From Norfolk. a trip to Richmond — attentions bestowed upon soldiers to Manassas and Gordonsville — a Grand Ball at Craney Island — death of on old Citizen — the Hampton soldiers, &c. [special correspondence of the Dispatch.] [The subjoined letter should have reached us earlier; but, from some disarrangement, we were deprived of our Norfolk correspondence for several days last week.] Norfolk, November 7, 1861. Your correspondent, on a recent flying trip through t
s hoped that we shall hear of more disasters to the Federal ships on the coast of the Carolinas.
The weather to-day is clear and reasonable.
Notwithstanding the gale a number of ladies and gentlemen went down in steamers last evening to Craney Island to attend the ball to which I alluded in my last letter.
Maj. Gen. Huger and other prominent officers were present on the occasion, and the gay affair passed off in fine style.
On account of the blow the steamers did not return until 9 o'c