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Grand artillery review — Failure of Mails — no Northern News — Housekeepers' Troubles — the markets, &c. Norfolk, Jan. 1st, 1861. The grandest display of artillery ever seen in this part of the country was witnessed in our city yesterday. The formidable looking procession marched in town in the morning, and were reviewed by Gen. Huger, who seemed well pleased with every company on parade. After the review, the long line marched through some of the streets, with the rifled guns, howitzers, and field-pieces, drawn by well-trained horses, attracted the attention of a large number of persons. Much disappointment was experienced by many persons yesterday, shortly after the arrival of the train from Petersburg, on learning that the mail had been left behind. Further disappointment was felt last night on finding that no Northern news was brought up by the steamers from below. There was a great noise about town last night. Windows were rattled, rickety houses were