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n board 250 barrels of oil. There were thirty-four hands, all told. Captain Setames (late of the Sumter) behaved hospitably to the crew. The Alabama has taken and burned four whalers within a short time. The Alabama took an American schooner (name unknown) while the Cairngorm was off Flores. The Okmulgee was a ship of four hundred and fifty eight tons burthen, the largest hailing from Edgartown. She was commanded by Captain Os born. She sailed from Edgartown. on the 2d of July last, bound for the South Pacific. The London times on the American news — not much Gained for the Federal. The London Times, of the 27th says that if McClellan's dispatch contains a true account of the engagement in Maryland of which it is in great doubt, "a gleam of success has a little brightened the darkness of the Federal cause." It adds: Though a greater victory than that now claimed would still leave the Federal Government in a desperate position, the military advantage