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rom Tristan d' Acunha, where she took on board twenty-three men of the Edward, whaler, of New Bedford, and four men of the Lizzie M. Stacey, schooner, of Boston, which had been burnt at sea by the Shenandoah, rebel cruiser, the former on the 4th of December, in latitude 38 S., longitude 12 W., the latter on the 13th of November, in latitude 3 N., longitude 28 W.--The vessel belonged to Messrs. C. Brewer & Co., of Boston. Captain Worth, of the whaling bark Edward, was captured on the 4th of Dece4th of December, and after one hundred and fifty dollars, the provisions and the whale-boats of his ship had been transferred to the Shenandoah, the ship herself was burned. The crew of the Lizzie M. Stacey and the Edward were landed at the island of Tristan d' Acunha, and were kindly received and lodged until the Federal war steamer Iroquois took them away. --Captain Archer reports the Shenandoah "a fine, long ship, of about one thousand tons, ship-rigged, with three patent reefing topsails." He say