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sued, he ordered all of the provisions and furniture to be put into the boats, and, as if animated by the bold spirit of the dying Lawrence, hating to give up the ship, he remained on board until they arrived within a few hundred yards of him. He then quietly left her to her captors. Independent of the vessel, they only got 39 bushels of wheat belonging to Mr. R. Doggett, as fortunately she had just commenced to load. After capturing this prize the steamer proceeded on up the river as far as Deep Creek. Here she fell in with a small sloop called the "Good Egg," Captain M. T. George. The Captain narrowly escaped falling into the hands of those fiends in human shape. She had nothing on board of any importance. The "Extra" belonged to W. H. Armitage, Esq., the "Good Egg" to Capt. M. T. George. They then left for the mouth of the river. Every night since this occurrence they run up and anchor under Towle's Point, thinking, perhaps, they may fall in with other prizes. Constantine