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me. As the matter has leaked out at last, however, no further harm can come of its republication: "Several days since an iron-clad steame" from Liverpool, with 6,500 rifles and 18 cannon, blankets, and clothing for soldiers, landed safe at Savannah. The blockading vessels was not in sight. This is a new steamer, incased with sheet Iron an inch thick, and is now the property of the Confederate States. Our informant saw the vessel himself, went on deck, talked with the captain, who told hmong the merchants in sending off the coffee, tea, salt, &c., to country merchants, while these articles are at a very high figure. He heard the opinion expressed by some "knowing ones" that in less than forty days Rio coffee could be bought in Savannah at 12 ½ cents. Large quantities are stored in Cuba, awaiting the removal of the blockade." The North Carolina coast. The Wilmington Journal, of Wednesday learns from a reliable gentleman from near the mouth of New River, Onslow county, t