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Sale of captured Yankee vessels. --The following vessels, among those taken by our privateers, were sold in Charleston on Monday: The bark Rowena, of Philadelphia, a new vessel, of 330 tons, built at Gloucester, New Jersey, in 1857, is in excellent condition, and was sold for $12,000. She was purchased by Messrs. John Fraser & Co. The bark Glen, of Portland, built at Freeport, Me., in 1848, and said to have been since rebuilt, brought $3,700 --purchased by Messrs. John Fraser & Co. This vessel now lies at Morehead city, N. C. The brig John Welch, of Philadelphia, 273 tons, built at Philadelphia in 1858, a good freighting vessel and in fine order, brought $9,400, and was bought by Captain Ferguson. The cargo of the bark Glen, consisting of 341 tons of anthracite coal, was purchased by the Confederate States at the enormous price of $18 50-100 per ton.