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11, 1864 Conestoga. Canoe and cargo 292 41 130 47 161 94 Washington Nov. 17, 1864 George Mangham.   Cotton, 12 bales. 3,552 72 245 78 3,306 94 Springfield April 12, 1864 Lexington.   Cotton, 20 bales 4,971 70 295 20 4,676 50 do June 11, 1864 Conestoga. Schooner Charleston 13,872 49 2,646 65 11,225 84 Philadelphia Feb. 29, 1864 Seminole. Steamer Cronstadt. 301,940 60 7,675 92 294,264 68 Boston. Jan. 28, 1864 Rhode Island. Steamer Cherokee 152,507 02 4,732 47 147,774 55 do Feb. 9, 1864 Canandaigua.   Cotton, 39 bales 7,923 09 604 75 7,318 34 Key West Mar. 29, 1864 Fort Henry.   Cotton, cargo of Emma, 120 bales 31,499 60 2,294 01 29,205 59 Philadelphia Jan. 23, 1864 Kittatinny. Schooner Caroline and Virginia 3,050 00 1,007 47 2,042 53 do Jan. 27, 1864 Stars and Stripes, Delaware, Louisiana, Commodore Perry. Hetzel, Valley City, Underwriter, Hunchback, Commodore Barney, Philadelphia, Southfield, Morse, H. Brincker, Lockwood. Steamer Caroline 106,008 11 6,853