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office. The latest. Fortress Monroe, May 4, P. M. --The news received here this morning of the of Yorktown took everybody by surprise. For some days we have had evidence of the intention of the enemy, but the evidence was not strong enough to induce belief. On the arrival of the news here it quickly on snore and through the fl et, and the greatest excitement was manifested. [Second Dispatch]Fortress Monroe, May 4, 4 30 P. M. --The Merrimac made her appearance beyond Sewall's oin at o' clock this afternoon. She stopped off the Point, and up to the oresent hour, 4 o' clock, has not changed her location. She is not attended by any other gunboats, as usual, and it is supposed it is not her intention to visit us to-day. The Monitor and other vessels of our-naval fleet are all in readiness for action on short notice, and all hands are hoping she will come down. The supposed design of the enemy is to edde vor to prevent any expedition from going up the