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The Herald's Newport News Correspondence. In the New York Herald we find the following correspondence from "Camp Butler, Newport News, Va., Oct. 27, 1861:" Last night, at seven o'clock two deserters from the rebel camp at Big Bethel came to our outside pickets for protection. Their names are Wm. Dennis and Andrew J. Smarss and they are both natives of Augusta, Ga, and privates in the tenth regiment Georgia Volunteers. The word "volunteers" must not, however, be taken in its literal sense, for these men, with others, were impressed into service. Of course all their protestations were unheeded. They left Big Bethel at six o'clock in the morning, and by keeping in the woods and wading through swamps they succeeded in making good their escape, although at one time they were very closely pursued. They state that the comp at Bethel is about five thousand strong, an equal quantity of them from Louisiana, Georgia, and Virginia; besides these there are three hundred cavalry unde