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tates that the Iroquois, in search of the privateer Sumter, had called at St. George's, and, after coaling and watering, sailed for Trinidad. The fight at Guyandotte, Va. In the recent raid on Guyandotte, Major Whaley, the member of Congress from Wayne county, was captured. Colonel Jenkins, who led the rebels, captured Guyandotte, Major Whaley, the member of Congress from Wayne county, was captured. Colonel Jenkins, who led the rebels, captured three hundred Enfield and State guns, about sixty of the Union soldiers, and some horses, Major Whaley was recruiting a regiment, and but recently made Guyandotte his headquarters. Cotton and Rice. The New York Herald says: It is probable that the cotton (sea Island) and rice (first quality) of the rebels at BeauforGuyandotte his headquarters. Cotton and Rice. The New York Herald says: It is probable that the cotton (sea Island) and rice (first quality) of the rebels at Beaufort district, South Carolina, which will fall into the possession of the Government by confiscation, will pay the expenses of our great naval expedition. This is carrying the war home to South Carolina to some purpose. The effect, we think, will be excellent; for in saddling the burthens of this rebellion upon the rebels themselve