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d and confined. The Baltimore Exchange says: Yesterday morning, by the bay line, Capt. Whiting and wife, of the ship Alvarado, of Boston, arrived in the city from Fortress Monroe. The Cailes from shore. The Vincennes bore down to the ship, when the prize crew deserted her, and Capt. Whiting hoisted the "Stars and Stripes." The Confederates then sent a boat from shore, and took CaptCaptain Whiting off the Alvarado. An armed boat was sent from the Vincennes, with the intention of getting the ship off, but the Confederates opened a battery on the Vincennes from shore, and she was cog it impossible to get the Alvarado off, set fire to her and she burnt to the waters edge. Captain Whiting was sent to Richmond, and thence to Fortress Monroe. While in Florida Captain Whiting was Captain Whiting was well treated, and his wife was the guest of Mrs. Senator Yulee, who treated her with marked kindness. [Correspondence of the Associated Press.] Fortress Monroe, August 19. --Notwithstan