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e from Port Spain, Trinidad, to the effect that the privateer Sumter had put into that port to coal, and also to land the captain of the bark Joseph Maxwell, of Philadelphia, which vessel was taken as a prize by the Sumter off Porto Cabello. The U. S. steamer Hoystone State, Scott, commander, sailed from St. Thomas on the 8th instant in search of privateers. Mr. Henry Knowles, master of the schooner Transit, of New London, Connection, which was captured off Hatteras Inlet, on the of June, by the rebel steamer Winslow, arrived in New York on Wednesday from Liverpool, in the British steamship Edinburg. After their capture, Capt. K. and crew, (three in number, two having joined the privateer,) were taken to Newbern, N. C., where they were discharged on parole. Fortunately they were enabled to ship on a New Orleans vessel at Wilmington, N. C., bound to Liverpool, and from thence reached New York. An Irish view — the Black horse cavalry supposed to be negroes. [From the G