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The Ruins of Hampton village. General Wool a few days since allowed several visitors at Fortress Monroe to cross over to the village of Hampton, or what remains of it. One of them has furnishedHampton, or what remains of it. One of them has furnished the following account of its present appearance to a Philadelphia paper: The first objects that strike the eye of the beholder are scores of blackened and tottering chimneys, standing like mou up with ruins, one is as apt to step into as over them; so, should any other person visit Hampton, Virginia, we would advise them to be as careful of these wells as they are told to be of the lizard and seemed to brave the storm of desolation which had swept around. At the western end of Hampton there are a number of frame sheds standing, which are said to have been occupied by the rebels abundance, and are of excellent quality. To the west and north of the deserted village of Hampton we can see nothing but woods and rolling lands. In these woods the rebels are posted, and occa