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the fighting at Suffolk — a Gunboat riddled — Rumors of the Withdrawal of the rebels — Hooker Urged to go in and gather Lee, &c. [from our Own Reporter.] Fredericksburg, April 24. --I have received the New York Herald of Saturday, thwill beat the enemy or sink at our posts. A dispatch dated "on Newport News, April 16th P. M.," says: Near Admiral Lee's report says reports from Lieuts. Cushing and London are received. The enemy have not crossed the river. There is es the Confederates purpose to attack Norfolk, or Washington, S. C., and says there will be no excuse for Hocher if he left Lee get away at McClellan 1st Johns on get off from Manassas. It adds that the rebels, having exhausted the country between Fabout the safety of Washington, and hesitates to make a forward movement, not so much because of the muddy roads as to get Lee back to Richmond and one of the reach of Washington." A Washington telegram says that General has sent out an expedi<