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ount of the affair, &c. [from the New York Herald, of Saturday.] After many postponements, the examination in the case of James Larkin, who was arrested on suspicion of having set fire to the steamboat Cataline, at Fortress Monroe, on the 2d of July last, was resumed yesterday before Justice Quackenbush, at the Jefferson Market Police Court. Four witnesses were examined, including Fire-Marshal Baker, who produced an interesting statement of the defendant, which was made voluntarily on elonging to the boat was notified by me, and to the best of my belief I wrote to M. M. Freeman & Co., advising them of the facts; I also wrote to them about the difficulty the captain had with General Butler; on the day of the night of the fire, July 2, the boat went to Newport News, and returned to Fortress Monroe after leaving Newport News; I soon after turned into my berth, took off all my clothes except my shirt, panataloons and boots; General Butler and family, and some of his staff, were