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for the United States Government ships — about 30 in all. A small schooner belonging to Messrs. Wilson, of Norfolk, with a cargo of railroad iron. consigned to the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company, had been wrecked off the coast The Captain of the schooner called on Commodore Pendergast and asked permission to endeavor to save a portion of his cargo, but was ordered to return and await orders from him in the matter. [correspondence of the Associated Press] Fortress Monroe, May 3, 5 P. M -- Only some fifty men of the Naval Brigade returned to New York in the Coatzacoalcas to-day. The others will remain for one week as citizens, laboring for their rations, and not as a military organization. Colonel Bartlett, who is much better, goes to Washington to-night with several of his officers. This is the best General Butler can do for them. It is believed that the brigade was ordered back to New York, partly on account of a misunderstanding between the President a