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posite Rocketts. These will be followed by a third, and possibly a fourth. This is a beginning, which, if sustained with any sort of favor by our merchants and the Virginia public, will expand into a great and thriving commerce. The first vessel is a beauty; as remarkable for her admirable arrangement with reference to the transportation of freight, as for the symmetry of her proportions. She is one of the very best models of Baltimore clipper-built ships, worthy of the reputation of Capt. Abrahams, who built her. The Virginia Dare has her freight already engaged, "and will have dispatch." She is commanded by Capt. J. M. Cole, a sailor of experience and a man of energy and spirit; a very fitting officer to take charge of the first of our packets, having in a large amount that kind of vim necessary to push ahead and successfully maintain new enterprises. His ship has already been described in our columns. She has a capacity of 850 tons, and, in the language of the Baltimore