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ugar and molasses trade, and that he fat ended to capture a cargo of it in a few days. He has kept his word, as a steamboat, supported to be the Jeff. Davis or P. C. Warlis, was captured this morning by the gun-boat New London, and taken to Ship Island. The idea in sending the mate and captain of the Anna to New York is for them to act as witnesses to prove that the Anna is not sea worthy to proceed to Key West or a Northern port. At one o'clock to-day a schooner hove in sight off Deer Island, and seemed to be beating to the westward. The New London, then cruising about Horn Island, soon espied her and started in pursuit. The schooner, instead of trying to avoid the gun-boat, seemed to steer for her, as if they wanted to deliver themselves up. The New London fired several shot across the schooner, which then hove-to and surrendered. The last seen of them the gun-boat had the schooner in tow and under full headway towards Ship Island. Met the steamer Robert Watson at Gr