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y, has the following particulars in relation to the capture: Captain Keough left Charleston on Thursday night, passed Frying-Pan Shoals on Sunday morning at one o'clock; about daylight, and when some eighteen or twenty miles south of New Topsail Inlet, saw aback about two points on the lee bow and about a mile distant, put on all sail and hauled on the wind. The bark did the same and fired a gun across the bow of the schooner. At intervals she fired five rounds of two guns each, and chased the schooner till half-past 9 o'clock on Sunday morning; about this time the schooner was close in to land and about half a mile southwest of New Topsail Inlet, the bark two to two and a half miles astern. The schooner tacked and stood for the inlet, when the wind suddenly hauled to N. E., rendering it impossible for her to enter, whereupon the schooner was anchored and the Captain and crew, with most of their goods and chattels, came ashore in their yawl. About the time they got ashore,