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uthwest. Sail was made for her, and when within a quarter of a mile, the rebel vessel hoisted the French flag, and fired a gun across her bows. She immediately have to, and proved to be the schooner S. J. Waring, Capt. Smith, from New York to Montevideo, with a general cargo. When within complete range of the brig's guns, the rebel flag was hoisted, and Lieut. Pastille, with nine men and the Captain of Marines, boarded her in a small boat. The schooner submitted — the captain seeing that resrgo, is estimated at $50,000. The ship Mary Goodell. On the following day, the 9th, the privateer fell in with and seized the ship Mary Goodell, about 125 miles southeast of Nantucket.--She was lumber laden, and bound from New York to Montevideo. On approaching she appeared to show symptoms of resistance, and about twenty-five marines of the privateer got ready with their cutlasses and muskets to forcibly board and take her. No resistance, however, was made, and, after one shot across