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Progress of the War. the advance fighting at Suffolk — nor-combatants leaving — Arrest of Confederate citizens — Preparations of the Yankees for an Evacuation, etc. The correspondent of the New York Herald, writing from Suffolk on the 11th instant, gives a description of the scenes at the town when the first figSuffolk on the 11th instant, gives a description of the scenes at the town when the first fighting commenced. The Confederate accounts from there are so meagre that even the Yankee letter contains matter of interest. The writer says: A few minutes ago we received information that the rebels were advancing in force. It seems they proceeded slowly along until they came within one mile of our advanced pickets, when t
and next to powder we had to resort to the one.
The bridge is now a total wreck; and of the enemy ever expected to make a dash to and over it, and then get into Suffolk, he has been completely
At the chief Quartermaster's office (that is, Major Dodge's, late Captain Dodge's the scene is different.
Trunks are piled high up <