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ultitude in attendance. The acting, music, and burlesques, were all done in admirable style, and elicited the enthusiastic applause of all present. The performances will be repeated this evening. Lord Adolphus Vane Tempest, whose departure North, via Old Point, I have already announced, made a very favorable impression here by his urbane and gentlemanly address and manner, the enlightened views which he expressed, and his general intelligence. Here, as well as in other sections of the ce. His wife only was allowed to come up to Norfolk. They own property here, which they probably desired to look after and secure for their benefit if possible. But they will perhaps be disappointed in their efforts and expectations. The steamer William Selden goes to Fort Monroe to-day under a flag of truce, and a considerable number of persons will go down, hoping to succeed in getting North. The number includes those who went down recently and were not allowed to land at the fort.