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boat Express, I was not aware that any one had remained on board, in as much as the report reached us that the crew had manned the lifeboat and put back to Newport News. Since then, however, I found out that John Kirwin, the master of the schooner, remained on his vessel, and subsequently taken prisoner. The rebels greatly bossted of their feat, and some of the boat's crew, coming to meet our flag of truce to-day, asked our men "whether our men wanted any water?" The ferry-boat Morse, commander Hayes, from Brooklyn, having a nine-inch gun on board was about the first vessel that took position in bombarding the Sewell's Point battery, and among the last to leave the scene of action. Escape of "Contrabands"--their Estimate of our Steength in the Penineula. The Fortress Monroe correspondent of the New York Herald, writing under date of the 30th ult., says: The schooner Minerva L. Wetmore, Capt. Moseley, bound from New Haven to Montlcoke river, while coming down the bay