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reat with the agent or agents of the Confederacy. The papers were laid upon the table, and the subject dismissed from their councils. Seizure of a vessel at Newport. The brig John Hathaway, arrived at Newport R. I., on Saturday after a voyage of 43 days from Rio Janeiro. She had a cargo of 410 bags of coffee on account oNewport R. I., on Saturday after a voyage of 43 days from Rio Janeiro. She had a cargo of 410 bags of coffee on account of the owners.--She was seized by Collector Macy immediately on her arrival, and a keeper was put on board, as she is party owned at the South.--She belongs to Wm. S. Peckham, of Newport, Mrs. Hathaway, of Fall River, and T. Hathaway & Co., of Wilmington, N. C. It is only a small portion which belongs to the Southern owners. ClNewport, Mrs. Hathaway, of Fall River, and T. Hathaway & Co., of Wilmington, N. C. It is only a small portion which belongs to the Southern owners. Clergyman enlisted. Rev. Charles Cook, Baptist clergyman at West Gardiner, Me., has enlisted as a private in the 11th Maine regiment. He is a native of Baltimore, Md., where his friends now reside. Fatal affray among Yankee soldiers. Patrick Roony, a private in the N. Y. 34th regiment, stationed at Rockville, Md., was k