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ee schooner captured. On the night of the 17th of September, Acting Master John Maxwell, of the Confederate States navy, in connection with Acting Master Hines and Captain Moore and two men, attacked the Yankee schooner Jane F. Durfee, on Warwick river, capturing her, together with eight men. The vessel was bonded and the crew paroled. Warwick river is in Warwick county, Virginia, below York county. This exploit, successfully performed so far within the enemy's lines, reflects much creditas bonded and the crew paroled. Warwick river is in Warwick county, Virginia, below York county. This exploit, successfully performed so far within the enemy's lines, reflects much credit upon its daring projectors. From Mobile. The enemy in front of Mobile continue to maintain their inactivity with a perseverance which does them great credit. The most interesting news from there is that arrangements have been completed for an exchange of all the prisoners captured in Mobile bay.