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St. John, N. B., and Condor, of Liverpool, Captain Goodwig, are lying at the dock at Moorhead City. The Alliance is loaded with a cargo of rosin and turpentine; and has also, four bales of cotton on board. She was originally from Liverpool, and arrived off Charleston in June, 1861, and finding that port blockaded, proceeded to St. John, N. B., where she discharged her cargo and took in an assorted cargo; what it was, I believe the Government are fully informed. She arrived at Beaufort August 22d, and landed her cargo on the 25th, at the dock at Moorhead City. Two days after, she was loaded with her return cargo; but the United States blockading steamers arriving off this port, the ship has not since attempted to go to sea. The Condor is also loaded with rosin and turpentine. Guards have been placed on both vessels by Major Allen. A vessel was burned near the Fort on the 28th, but by whom is not known, probably to prevent her falling into the hands of the Union forces. M