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first seized in this port by the Surveyor for running the blockade. The Judge condemned both vessels and cargo, on the same ground as in the case of the Sarah Starr. The cargo is estimated at about $15,000. Same counsel for Government; Mr. Edwards for claimant. United States vs. the Schooner Aigburth and Cargo.--The same decision was rendered in this case, and upon the same ground. United States vs. the Mary McRas.--This is the first decision on a seizure made under the act of July, 1861, on the ground that the vessal was owned in whole or in part by parties residing in the rebel States. The judge condemned the three-fourths of the vessel owned in Wilmington, N. C., and released the one-fourth owned by a New York owner. The loyal owner made a claim against the Southern shares for a rateable proportion of the advances made by him on account of the vessel. The judge overruled this claim, deciding that the forteiture was superior to all liens and equities, and the reme