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tates steamer Cambridge, engaged in blockading the Rappahannock river, on the 6th instant, says: Having learned from the negroes who came on board this morning that a large schooner was anchored about ten miles up the Corrotowan river, we immediately made arrangements to cut her out. We met with no opposition on our upward passage, though pickets were seen hastily retiring from several points on the river as we approached. Upon reaching the object of our search, we found her to be the "Ada," of Baltimore, a new schooner of about 120 tons burden, and said to be the property of a well-known Secessionist residing in the vicinity. She was loaded with wood and ready for sea — sails bent, &c. Her crew had evidently just left her upon our approach. We set her on fire and she was soon in flames. But in the meantime our rebel friends had not been idle, and had prepared a warm reception for us. On reaching a high, wooden bluff on the western bank, about three miles from the entran