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The Daily Dispatch: October 31, 1861., [Electronic resource], The blockading fleet off New Orleans — News direct from the enemy. (search)
m an imminent risk of visiting Fort Lafayette. He was set adrift in a small boat, with Mr. Fernandez, of this city, and a captured sailor of the schooner Isilda, who happened to be a Maltese, at sea, five miles off Fort Livingston. They rowed to the fort and came up from Barataria in the little steamer Bee. Last evening they reported themselves to General Lovell, at the army headquarters. Dr. Lefebvre was on the schooner Joseph H. Toone, (recaptured by Commodore Hollins,) coming from Havana, when she was captured at half-past 7 o'clock in the evening of the 1st of October, forty miles off Barataria. Capt. Pennington and the crew, with Messrs. Theodore Lewis, (brother of Maj. Gen. Lewis,) Aymar and Dr. Lefebvre, of this city, as passengers, were held prisoners on board the South Carolina, where they found Buttendorf and Fernandez, who were passengers on board the Isalda, captured by the South Carolina on the 30th of September. This schooner was a returning prize of the Sumter,
Important arrival — the Southern Commissioners on their way to Liverpool. Intelligence has been received in official quarters here that a Spanish brig arrived at Mobile yesterday, from Havana, loaded with coffee and other valuables. The vessel successfully ran the blockade. This arrival brings the important news that Messrs Mason and Slidell, the Commissioners of the Confederate Government to England and France, sailed from Havana on the 23d of Octoberin a British vessel, for Liverpoortant arrival — the Southern Commissioners on their way to Liverpool. Intelligence has been received in official quarters here that a Spanish brig arrived at Mobile yesterday, from Havana, loaded with coffee and other valuables. The vessel successfully ran the blockade. This arrival brings the important news that Messrs Mason and Slidell, the Commissioners of the Confederate Government to England and France, sailed from Havana on the 23d of Octoberin a British vessel, for Liverpoo