ermuda the steamers Phœba.
Hamet, Pickney, Justicia, and Merrimac, supposed to have stores and ammunition for the rebels.
The British steamer Cornubia arrived at Bermuda on the 6th instant, from Fayal, and sailed on the 13th instant for Trinidad, but without doubt was bound to the American coast.
She is a sharp, side wheel steamer, 1.350 tons, and very fast; in painted lead color all over.
The ship Carolina, which arrived at New York Thursday evening last, from Buchos Ayres spoke the whaling bark Gertrade on the 6th of November bound up the river DePlata.
The Captain of the Gertrude reported the burning of several whalers by the Alabama.
From Fortress Monroe. Old Point Dec. 17.
--It is rumored here that J. C. Jones, Charles Davis.
D. W. Curtis, Mr. Phillips, and one other, have been captured by the rebels while on their way from Norfolk to Elizabeth City.
They had goods to the amount of $20,000 on board a schooner in tow down the canal.