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Important naval operations. Yankee accounts of the recent movements in the Roads. naval attack on Sewell's Point. The New York Herald, of May 10th, gives an account of the recent naval operations in Hampton Roads and vicinity. As a matter of course, there are falsehoods in the statement; yet it will be nevertheless read with interest: Fortress Monroe, May 8.--Shortly before noon to-day the Monitor, Naugatuck, Seminole, Susquehanna, Dacotah and San Jacinto, in the order in which they are named, steamed up towards Sewell's Point, Captain Lardner, of the Susquechanna, in command of the expedition. As soon as within range fire was opened with shot and shell against Sewell's Point.--Most of the shots were good ones. It was nearly half an hour before a reply was made from the Point. The Rip Raps next opened fire, and then the Naugatuck for the first time. Several shots were fired from the single gun on the extremity of the point, when one from the Monitor