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im, hence for Ship Island, both of which were obliged to return to New Orleans. Captain Walker, of the Lake steamboat Creole, at Ocean Springs, telegraphed to Mr. Geddes, agent of the Lake steamboats, that a United States schooner was off Deer Island, and had already taken three schooners. The mail steamboat Oregon returned last night, having had a narrow escape. The New Orleans Bee learns from a passenger the following particulars: About half-past 1 o'clock P. M., with a strongat the Oregon, both of which fell astern. A schooner-rigged tender to the man-of-war had now hoisted sail and put after her. Running on some distance further, Capt. Myers descried three more tenders, with launches full of armed men, inside of Deer Island, and within one hundred yards of the channel.--Finding that he could not run through, he turned back, and had to run the gauntlet of the first-named tender, which chased him three miles, firing at him continually, but unsuccessfully. At lengt