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wounded in our to which the fight has been pretty much confined. The Fortress Monroe correspondent says Longstreet has twice laid down pontoons, but was driven off by our Parrots guns. The St. Washington was completely riddled by rifled field artillery on the mond, Tuesday night. Another steamer was fired into coming from Suffolk. Skirmishing is constantly going on. Longstreet has 50,000 men. Deserters say the troops are being rapidly withdrawn from the Rappahannock and sent to Eastern Virginia and North Carolina. Gen. Dix has gone to Norfolk, and probably to Suffolk. No fears of Suffolk being cut off. The Herald says "there is a good deal of feeling in this city about the affair" of Corcoran's killing Kimball. It is said he drew his sword, halted Corcoran without authority, used insulting language, and swore he should not pass, etc. A Washington telegram says the roads in Statford are again impassion. From "off Charleston" it is stated that the Yankees a