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Late Northern and European news. Norfolk,April 2.--Northern papers of the 31st ult. have been received. They contain nothing new from Gen. McClellan's department. Fort Macon was still held by the Rebel garrison, five hundred strong. Gen. Buell has taken command of his army in person, and is fifteen miles from Corinth, miss., where the Rebels are concentrating large forces. It is stated that Gen. Beauregard expects a fight hourly. The firing at island No.10 was continued on Friday with great spirit by the Rebels. Great preparations are making by the Confederates for a protracted and determined defence. They are mounting a large number of heavy guns. Iron-clad gunboats were advancing down the river. otto and tobacco from Southern ports had arrived in New York in considerable quentities, consisting chiefly of the cargoes of the prize steamer Magnolia and the schooner Zavalla. The steamship City of New York had arrived at New York from Southampton on the 19th ult.,