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st; a privateer schooner cruising in latitude 24 longitude 60.20, and the arrival of the privateer steams Sumter at Curacoa. At Mayagnes, Porto Rico, on the 1st inst., a report was in circulation that the privateer brig Echo had arrived at St. Johns about two weeks previous, and after procuring a supply of water and provisions, had sailed. One of her officers had stated that they had taken seven prizes, but the names of them had not been ascertained at Mayagnes. The Jeff. Davis was at St. Johns, Porto Rico, July 20th, took in wood and water, and proceeded to sea the next day, where she lays on and off the island, supposed to be waiting for a bark expected from the United States with a cargo of provisions. The authorities of the island sent to her and ordered her off--Capt. Day, of the British brig J. W. Johnson, arrived at New York on Wednesday from A. roye, Porto Rico, reported seeing a vessel Crooked Island passage which he is pretty certain was her. Captain Rober