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Steamer Baltic, off Pascagoula, November 28, 1861. The steamer Baltic, Capt. Walker, left Mobile this morning at 9 ½ o'clock for New Orleans; arrived at Grant's Pass at 6 o'clock, where we met the steamer Grey Cloud: inquired on board if the Sound was clear; they said they thought so, as they had passed through the day before and had met with no obstruction. We proceeded on from Grant's Pass until 9 ½ o'clk, when, abreast of Round Island, we espied one of Lincoln's gun-boats — the New London — endeavoring to head us off and capture us. We immediately changed our course and steered for Pascagoula, where we arrived at 11 A. M. On our arrival at Pasca and surrendered. The last seen of them the gun-boat had the schooner in tow and under full headway towards Ship Island. Met the steamer Robert Watson at Grant's Pass. We left Pascagoula at three o'clock and arrived at Mobile at half past 8 Thursday evening. R. B. Holly, Clerk. Arrest of a Yankee woman near Felicia<