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ole in the Mississippi Sound, and bore off as prizes, to divide as booty among the hirelings of Abe Lincoln, including those sentimental and patriotic young officers of the United States Navy, who profess so much fraternal feeling for our people, but do not shrink from the most petty stealing, which even a barbarous tribe would scorn to employ in a regular war. The four schooners captured in the Sound, before even any formal announcement of a blockade had been made to the authorities of Biloxi, are the Fanny, the Three Brothers, the Basilide and the Olive Branch. There was also a Mexican schooner taken at the same time, the name of which we could not ascertain. They were all small vessels, of fifty or sixty tons, and were employed in the lumber and carrying trade along the coast. After making this haul, the Massachusetts towed the prizes to the Brooklyn, when the four named were placed in charge of Lieut. Solden, and nineteen U. S. sailors as a prize crew, with orders to ta