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From Norfolk. [special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Norfolk, Jan, 22, 1862. The principal topic of conversation here, is of course the Burnside Expedition, of which the rumors are various, indefinite, and conflicting. It is certain that active predations are being made to give the fleet a reception that will be warm and noisy. Judging from the tide and the direction of the wind, there was more rough weather yesterday "out side," as the sailors say. A nigh tide here is considered a sure indication of a storm somewhere along the coast, and it is not improbable that some of Burnside's vessels, it they have not yet got into port or been "broken by the storms," have had another gale to contend with. It is published that they have gone into Hatteras inlet; but persons who recently arrived here from Roanoke Island, state that no vessels connected with the Burnside fleet had been seen or heard from when they left, which was on Monday. Three of the gentlemanly off
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of the two Houses of the General Assembly, and the people of Virginia, and especially by the loyal citizens of those portions of the Commonwealth now in the possession of the enemy. It will re- assure all that the integrity of Virginia will be vindicated, and her ancient boundaries maintained. Respectfully, John Letcher. The communication of Mr. Hooper, above referred to, was as follows: "Sir: I have the honor officially to inform you that on this day — to wit: the 22d day of January, 1862--the Congress of the Confederate States of America did adopt a resolution whereof the following is a correct copy, to wit: "Resolved, That the Congress heartily approves of the resolutions passed by the Legislature of Virginia, expressing her determination to vindicate the integrity of her ancient boundaries, and pledges all the resources of the Confederacy to uphold her determination." On motion, the communication was laid upon the table and ordered to be printed. H