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kees with fresh meat. The editor of the New Orleans Bes has recently paid a visit to the floating battery lying at the wharf in that city, and commanded by Capt. O'Hara. The following is an extract from the article describing his visit on board: We found a monster sweet potato adorning Capt. O'Hara's tent, and were curioCapt. O'Hara's tent, and were curious to know its significance. On inquiring we learned that early in the morning Capt. O'Hara discovered an ox swimming down the river, and shrewdly supposing that it was a traitorous beef who wanted to run out to the enemy's fleet and supply them with fresh meat, the Captain went out in a boat and towed his oxship to shore, a prisCapt. O'Hara discovered an ox swimming down the river, and shrewdly supposing that it was a traitorous beef who wanted to run out to the enemy's fleet and supply them with fresh meat, the Captain went out in a boat and towed his oxship to shore, a prisoner of war, and made him a present to the Free Market in acknowledgment of which the committee presented him with the mammoth potato, which he intends presenting to the enemy at the from the mantle of one of his