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cluding officers.) Her armament has been increased to ten guns (nine thirty-two pounders and one brass twenty-four pounder) and ammunition to match. She has on board a full cargo, consisting of stores, powder and other ammunition, coal, &c., which was taken on at the Brooklyn Navy-Yard. She was expected to sail this morning for Charleston to bring away the soldiers from Fort Sumter, and the following is a list of the names of the officers: Lieutenant Commanding, T. A. M. Craven; Lieutenants, James M. Duncan, J. M. Breese and A. E. R. Benham; Master, R. R. Wallace; Surgeon, J. W. B. Greenhow. The Crusader —— formerly the Cromwell — arrived last month at this station from the West Indian waters, where she had, like the Mohawk and Wyandot, acted as one of the Cuban coast fleet, whose duty it is to intercept slavers. She was not put out of commission, but underwent some needed repairs of an unimportant nature. The Mohawk is also a third class screw propeller. She is rated at 464 <