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nt its being. taken by the Anderson. Four vessels, one from each of the following blockaded ports — Wilmington, Charleston, Savannah, and Jacksonville — had arrived at Nassau. This news is reported by steamer Karnak at New York. The English schooner W. H. Northern, Capt. Silliman, arrived at Havana on the 20th inst., from Wilmington, N. C., and the American schooner Eclipse, Capt. Cook, sailed from Matanzas on the 18th. Sent to Fort Warren. From the Baltimore Sun, of the 4th instant, we take the following paragraph: Nine more of the prisoners confined in Fort McHenry on charges of treason, &c., have been sent to Fort Warren. Their names are "Zaronia" Thomas; George Julius of Washington county, Md; Robert W. Raisen, of this city; Robert C. Holland, Dorchester co,; Thomas Mortimer, Sergeant of Police in the Metropolitan Police of Baltimore; James Martin, policeman in the same force; Josiah Potterfield, and Edward C. Cottrell, of Princess Ann county, and Char
l Pickens, State Senator from Greene, Cocke, Sevier, and Blount counties. Capt. Monsarrat, with a portion of Gen. Carroll's brigade, recently detailed against the tory force of Cocke county, returned last night, on the train from above, bringing 31 prisoners. Among them, we learn, several of the bridge-burners. They wee escorted to jail, and lodged there to await a trial. Later from Columbus — our gun-boats after the Federals--another capture, &c. The Memphis Avalanche, of the 4th inst., has the following in relation to which we have already adverted: A gentleman who left Columbus on Sunday afternoon informs us that the authorities there had reliable information that the Federals were leaving both Cairo and Paducah in large numbers last week. It was said that no less than twelve boats full of troops had been sent away about the same time. Last Sunday morning, about 11 o'clock, three Federal gun-boats were discovered coming down the river. Immediately the o