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e negro alone remained on board of the Anna; he was the the engineer, and worked the engines until the boat arrived at Ship Island, where she discharged her cargo of osl and turpentine. The Anna was not burned, but still remains at Ship Island. Ship Island. On Monday morning last the Commander of the Massachusetts ordered the crew and passengers to form a circle on deck. He told them that he should keep two of the crew — the captain and mate; the rest, he said, should remain on board and go to New Y, supported to be the Jeff. Davis or P. C. Warlis, was captured this morning by the gun-boat New London, and taken to Ship Island. The idea in sending the mate and captain of the Anna to New York is for them to act as witnesses to prove that the Aen hove-to and surrendered. The last seen of them the gun-boat had the schooner in tow and under full headway towards Ship Island. Met the steamer Robert Watson at Grant's Pass. We left Pascagoula at three o'clock and arrived at Mobile at hal