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n steamer Union, which was wrecked on the coast of North Carolina, whilst on her way to murder and plunder the people of the South, it seems, was commanded by Captain Garvin, the well known commander for many years of the steamship State of Georgia. Apart from his base ingratitude, we are glad Lincoln availed himself of the services of this man Garvin. He seldom made a trip with the State of Georgia that some accident did not happen to her, and so repeated were such occurrences, that the passenger business of the steamer was entirely broken down. Garvin is now a prisoner of war in North Carolina, and we would regret to see him discharged, except under oGarvin is now a prisoner of war in North Carolina, and we would regret to see him discharged, except under obligations to take charge of another important Lincoln transport. It would save our batteries the expense and trouble of many a shot. Southern lace. From the Charleston Courier, of the 21st, we extract the following item: We have had the opportunity of examining the celebrated piece of lace, made by a lady of this