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Mr. Arnat, merchant of New Orleans, owner of the cargo, and others at present unknown. The British schooner Parliament, Gladding, master, is loading for Savannah — her cargo chiefly coffee; will take arms if they can be procured and put on board without passing through the Custom-House. She will have as passengers Mr. W. G. Foold and G. N. Thinigs, merchants of Savannah, and will be ready for sea on Tuesday evening, the 24th. She will clear for a port in the British Provinces, and may call at Nassau, where she touched on her way out from Savannah (reported to you,) to change her flag. I omitted to mention that W. A. Hicks, midshipman of the rebel steamer Sumter, went passenger by the Izilda. The statement of the loss of the Sumter, as reported North, near Port of Spain, Trinidad, is not credited here. The master of the Joseph Maxwell — a prize of the Sumter — put ashore by Hicks, arrived out in the steamship Matanzas, and left for Cienfuegos, to take possession of his vess