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board the Kearsage. A correspondent of the New York Herald, writing from Cherbourg, gives the first Yankee account we have seen of the fight between the Kearsagere, a note containing an extract from a letter written by the rebel agent at Cherbourg and purporting to quote a letter of Capt. Semmes to the rebel agent. Captainctly justified in firing into the yacht. It is probable they had remained at Cherbourg expressly for the purpose of aiding in the escape of Semmes in case, as he ditering men were picked up by some French pilot and fishing boats and taken to Cherbourg. After saving all the men she could find the Kearsage took a pilot and came into Cherbourg, arriving here about two o'clock, without, it is believed, any serious damages, although it will require her some two works probably to repair. Cs that he had telegraphed to Capt. Winslow that the St. Louis would arrive at Cherbourg in a few days from the Mediterranean, and could take most of the prisoners on