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A naval brush at Ship Island. From the New Orleans Picayune of the 11th, we find the following of the affair at Ship Island, which has been briefly noticed in our paper: On Thursday last,cks of our own. The Oregon then returned to Ship Island, and Capt. Higgins, who was in command of t, deemed it advisable to take possession of Ship Island. Accordingly he signalized the Swain in tos, gun-carriages and munitions to reinforce Ship Island, Major-General Twiggs and Captain Higgins a with provisions, and proceeded directly to Ship Island. At 6 o'clock on Tuesday morning, when within eight miles of the fort on Ship Island, Capt. Myers saw a large U. S. steamer and a tender sippi Sound, by the formidable occupancy of Ship Island. On Saturday morning at nine o'clock the Myour correspondent, whence she proceeded to Ship Island. We remained long enough to make a carefulhus the whole coast population are brightened up at the disappearance of danger from Ship Island. [1 more...]