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oats. The Haltic, Capt. J. M. Walker, has arrived at Mobile from Pascagoula, confirming this report, and bringing some highly interesting int we take from the Mobile Evening News: Steamer Baltic, off Pascagoula, November 28, 1861. The steamer Baltic, Capt. Walker, left and capture us. We immediately changed our course and steered for Pascagoula, where we arrived at 11 A. M. On our arrival at Pascagoula we fouPascagoula we found the wharf crowded with people, who rushed aboard and congratulated us on our good sense in turning back — there by escaping an oath or the had a long and interesting conversation with several gentlemen of Pascagoula, passengers and crew of the unfortunate steamer Anna, from whom w passengers and a cargo of 900 barrels rosin and turpentine, left Pascagoula for New Orleans last Thursday night, and was captured early Fridaand. Met the steamer Robert Watson at Grant's Pass. We left Pascagoula at three o'clock and arrived at Mobile at half past 8 Thursday ev