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ashville as usual. The burning of the ship Avon, of Boston, at the Florida. The rebel cruiser Florida destroyed the ship Avon, of Boston, on the 29th of March, in intitude 14 north, longitude 34 west, as before reported in the Herald. Captain Howes, his family and five seamen of the Avon, had arrived at Plymouth on board a vessel from Mauritius. The Avon was bound to Queenstown with guano. Additional particulars of the destruction of the ship Avon by the pirate Florida, show that efforts were made to sink her by firing shells; but they were ineffectual, and she was finally burned.--Captain Howes, family and the crew of the Avon remained in the Florida, till April 4, when they were transferred to the bark Francis Milley, bound to London. Ten of the Avon's crew joined the Florida, the captain of which appeared determined to destroy any other American ship in the same vicinity. Miscellaneous. Sam Medary, editor of the Columbus (Ohio) Crisis, was arrested at, Colu