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Schr. Emma Jane, Phillips, for Richmond, cl'd at Baltimore 18th inst. Schr. M. H. Read, Kelley, from Norfolk for New Bedford, arrived at New York 18th inst. Schr. Sailie Mears (of Yorktown, Va.), Richardson, Antigua, Dec. 23, via St. Martins 28th, with salt, arrived at New York 18th inst. Schr. Frances, O'Dounell, for Norfolk, cleared at New York 19th inst. Schrs. Crenshaw, Moss, Richmond; S. C. Jones, Bedell, Norfolk; and Margaret, Henson, City Point, arrived at do. same Norfolk; and Margaret, Henson, City Point, arrived at do. same day. Schr. Problem, Jones, from Richmond, arrived at Norfolk 18th inst. Ocean Breeze, Leighton, from Alexandria, arrived at Gibraltar 21st ult. New York, Cooper, from Richmond, arrived at Marseilles 27th ult. Disaseer. Br. barkNorfolk 18th inst. Ocean Breeze, Leighton, from Alexandria, arrived at Gibraltar 21st ult. New York, Cooper, from Richmond, arrived at Marseilles 27th ult. Disaseer. Br. bark Jane Brown, Broose, 8 days from Richmond, Va., bound to Liverpool, with a cargo of wheat and flour, experienced a heavy gale on the 26th Dec., was thrown on her beam ends and became very leaky, and was obliged to bear up for Bermuda, where she arri
Rescued Passengers --Capt. J. H. Freeman, of the steamer Curtis Peck, informs us that he brought up from Norfolk on Saturday, three of the rescued passengers of the ship Globus, which was burnt at sea on the 12th inst. The passengers of the ship lost everything they possessed except their lives, and were thankful to escape with that.