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sippi. We further heard that on the night previces strong efforts were made to tow her to a place of safety. One tugboat to hold her against the current of the river, as file down st eam about a mile, when another was procured, but with both together con only get her back to the old position. If she could not be saved, of course it was wisdom to burn her rather than permit the enemy to obtain such a valuable prize. The Prelude to the operations in Boards on Thursday The Norfolk Argus, of Friday, says: Quite an exciting time was witnessed yesterday in our city. At an early hour d the morning the sound of large guns came ming up from the direction of Jame river, which construed for several hour. Every one was anxious to know what we going on, and many of our citizens flocked in Town Point to get the best view they of anything that might heave in sight thing definite, however, could be found three Federal gunboats having passed James river in the morning, tha