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f September, steaving east, with has embs-task down, but it is supposed she had gone home. She bought coals at Surinam, after having been refused it from Government supplies, of some English merchants. Stil had been to Demarara, but could not get cool She then went to French Guiana, but the commander there refused her coal, saying the Government had none to spare. Coals ar scarce all through the West India Islands, at least the Keystone State often found difficult to get a supply. At Kingston she go a little bad coal from private stores, after having been refused it by the commander of the British fleet. The crew of the Sumter were reduced, when she was at St. Thomas to sixty men. A good deal of dissatisfaction existed among them, and several deserted at St. Thomas. The officers and crew of the Keystone State are in good health. She five men on board, sent on board by the United States Consul at Surinam, for mutiny. Capt. Scott, of the Keystone State, picket up a boat a