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Affairs at Suffolk. consternation among the Yankees in Norfolk — the city to be Shelled upon the appr
derates--Northern account of the state of things at Suffolk officer killed by Gen Corcoran — the bridges Restin n about any movement contemplated or in progress at Suffolk.
What we give below is the latest intelligence rec tured two Yankee transports and 600 prisoners below Suffolk.
A gentleman who left Norfolk on Tuesday last has moment.
The heavy firing heard in the direction of Suffolk on Tuesday had added greatly to the general alarm.
rned a few hours thereafter, having failed to reach Suffolk.
A large quantity of bay, which had been sent up to Suffolk for the purpose of protecting Yankee troops against the rebel fire, was burned to keep it from fa g into our hands.
All the houses on the suburbs of Suffolk have been burned to give unobstructed passage to th tant General.
The latest Northern news from Suffolk is taken from the New York Herald, of the 15th.