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ty model and size — She is of 850 tons burthen, and is estimated to carry 1100 hogsheads of tobacco. The Virginia Dare left Baltimore in tow of the steamer George Peabody on Monday last, but had only gone a short distance when her hawser parted, because of the rough weather, and the steamer left her. Capt. Cole then put back to Baltimore and engaging a stammering, again started for this port; but having on very little freight, and the weather being rough, the tug had to let him go at North Point and run into land to escape the heavy sea.--That night the wind lulled, and the next morning the tug again took him in charge, but on reaching Annapolis, was once more compelled to cut loose from the good ship, and run into harbor to escape the gale. At his time Capt. Cole would have hoisted sail and bid the tug adieu, but for the fact that he would have been compelled to wait for the tow on getting into the Roads. The Virginia Dare is named after the first white child born in this