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ing artillery and cavalry over, and to attack Suffolk that night. The letter adds: As soon anemy would be compelled to march ere reaching Suffolk, no apprehension of an attack was felt that nht to meet the requisitions made on them from Suffolk. On Thursday morning, at an early hour, to satisfy himself in relation to affairs at Suffolk, left Fortress Monroe on the steamer Metamoraecial train in waiting to take the General to Suffolk. General Dix was accompanied by his aide-de-al others. As soon as General Dix arrived at Suffolk, he immediately rode around to the different us made, it would be a difficult task to take Suffolk with a force of less than fifty thousand men.o be entertained as to our capability to hold Suffolk. On the contrary, the rebels may fear more f to see and judge as himself. When he was at Suffolk he rode a distance of about thirty miles befoleted his superior. the troops stationed at Suffolk, the recently titled up belonging to General[1 more...]