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portant and distinguished rebel persons were on board, and the only object of the vessel was to get them safe into rebeldom. The Dare was chased a distance of sixty miles. It is possible that some of the unfortunate boat's crew may have been lost, but it is to be hoped that all are alive. The bravery and nobleness of conduct on the part of Acting Master George H. Pendleton is commendable in the very highest degree. Third Assistant Engineer George M. Smith, of the Montgomery, and Mr.----Parkman, Captain's Clerk, of the Aries, and one ensign of the same vessel, whose name I have not learned, are among the captured. I have also to state the circumstances attending the destruction of the blockade-runner Bendigo but a few days since. It seems that this vessel got ashore some miles down the coast from the blockading fleet, and was discovered by the flag-ship Fa-Kee, with Admiral Lee on board, and immediately opened fire upon her, and was soon after joined by the Mongomery. Both ve