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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 the Bridgeport line, was owned by Messrs. Freeman & Co., and insured for $25,000. She had a three months contract with the Government at $10,000 per month. Captain Gorden, of the Cumberland, gallantly reserved the rifled cannon from the burning vessel. Col. Allen's regiment to-day went up to Newport News Point. Otherwise, there is no military movement of importance to report. The Fun-Scat uaker City, came in from the Capes to-day, but reports nothing new. One of the letters intercepted clear Great Bethel, as mentioned in my yesterday's dispatch, says there are less than 8,000 troops at Yorktown, and that one of Parrot's guns and two rifle