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war Vincennes, off the Southwest Pass — James Robinson, A. Wardele, W. Cuthbert, George Waltz, Michael O'Brien, W. Sanger, and W. Jones. The Empress is now on her way to this port with the captain and several of the crew on board, in charge of a prize master. The following is the crew of the rebel dispatch schooner Adeline, captured by the frigate St. Lawrence: J. H. Hardes, nephew to General Hardee, author of the military work known as "Hardee's Tactics;" J. Dickerson (mate), John Nelson, Benjamin McKenny, Henry Johnson, William Johnson, John Q. A. Butler (captain), John Wilson, 1st, John Wilson, 2d, and Patrick Walsh. Crew of the rebel steamer Lewis, captured by the gunboat, New London, off Mobile — Antonio De Gross, J. Williams, Wm. Brown, Manuel Antonio, Andrew Miller, Benjamin Adams. Crew of sloop Ada--A. M. Key, Bernard Adams. Lieutenant Baker, David Corson and John Grust, deserters from Gen. Bragg's corps d'armes. Corporal Gaston, a United States