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From Norfolk. [special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Norfolk, January 21, 1862. The Admiral and two of the officers of the French warship Pomons, before reported in Hampton Roads, came up to the city on Saturday. Their names are, Le Marquis DeMentaingnac, Captain and commanding Naval division. Captain De St. Phalla. Lieut. De Regaradec. The object of the visit of this ship is not known here, although it is supposed she may bring important dispatches from the French Government for their commercial agents in this country. The officers mentioned above are evidently gentlemen of great intelligence, high-toned, and superior manners. If they are entrusted with important official business for this Government, it has doubtless been placed in the hands of those who are well calculated for the faithful and satisfactory discharge of official duty. The steamer that came up towards Craney Island on Saturday, from fort Monroe under flag of truce, brought up a num