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near Norfolk. Lieut. Richard Henry Storrs, of the Third Alabama Regiment, was returning to his camp from the city about 9 P. M. He was hailed by the sentinel, whose gun was accidentally discharged, and in an hour or so the victim was a corpse. He was from Wetumpka, Alabama. His remains leave to-day for his Southern home. The Artillery Company of Capt. Grimes, of this city, is to be converted into a Flying Artillery, and to range between this point and the fortified points on the Nansemond river. In case of an attack we ought to have 30,000 men about here. The lumber-yard of H. V. Niemeyer was fired last night at about 10 o'clock. There was not much damage. The property was insured. Two men were up before the new Mayor for uttering incendiary speech. I have not ascertained what his Honor did in the case. He is not disposed to be very stringent against delinquents. The gallant captain of the Cumberland is to be credited for delivering to Mr. Garrison the negroes r