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Land Operations of the Potomac Flotilla. --A correspondent furnishes the New York Herald the following. United States Steamer Stepping Stones, Off Indian Head, Potom to River, Feb. 3. I have just returned from an expedition in Virginia. It was planned yesterday, and it was generally supposed that a landing was to be effected at Mr. Otterback's farm; but it turned out otherwise. At about half-past 4 we got, into the boats and started for the Virginia shore in the following order: Lieutenant Commanding Eastman, of the Yankee, in command of the expedition, in his gig with six men, armed with Colt's revolving rifles; the Yankee's cutter, with twelve men, commanded by Master's Mate Lawrence; the Anacostia cutter, with fifteen men, commanded by Master's Mate John Williams; and the Wyandank cutter, with eighteen men, commanded by Master's Mate Sheridan. We landed a little below Holland Point, leaving the boats in charge of Master's Mate Walters, of the Reliance, and