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rthen, and belonged to New York. Most of the troops at Fortress Monroe had been ordered to Hampton, as were also those from Newport News Point, because of an expected attack. [correspondence of the Associated Press.] Fortress Monroe, July 3d. --The steamer Cataline, which was recently employed as a transport between Fortress Monroe and Newport News, was burned last evening. The vessel is a total loss, the crew having barely time to escapes. The Cataline formerly belonged to t in possession of New Orleans, and other cotton depots, when the cotton trade can be re-opened to all the world, and at prices highly remunerative to the cotton growers, factors, &c. Rumored Changes. A special dispatch from Washington, July 3, to the Cincinnati Enquirer, says: Fremont will assume command of all the army in Western Virginia, relieving Generals Patterson and McClellan. The Government is dissatisfied with General Patterson. He has twenty-two thousand men, and doe