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From New Orleans. Port Hudson, Miss., Nov. 21. --A gentleman has arrived at this place, who has just run the blockade from New Orleans. He says that Farragut's fleet, comprising thirty vessels, reached New Orleans on the 10th inst, supposed to be the fleet fitted out at Pensacola. No reinforcements had arrived. This information is credited here. The Federal gunboat Essex is still quietly anchored off Baton Rouge.
Run the blockade. Wilmington, N. C., Nov. 24. --A dispatch from Fort Fisher, to-day, says the schooner Harkaway, Capt. Saliston, eleven days from Nassau, with 540 sacks of salt, has arrived safely.
Proceedings in the Courts. Mayor's Court, Monday, Nov. 24. --The case of George, slave of Bristol Dunnagee, arrested by officer Chalkley, charged with stealing $225 in bank notes, belonging to Thomas A. Hanks, was partly heard, and continued until Tuesday, on account of the absence of a material witness. Tom, slave of Alex. Hill & Co., found in possession of a lot of sole leather, canvas, and a pair of shoes, for whose possession he could not satisfactorily account, was ordered to be whipped. Madison Griffin, charged with forging the name of John Griffin and obtaining $15 from Richard Reins, was committed for a future hearing, the witnesses living in Fluvanna county, and not being present. William Pitts, who was found by one of the watchmen in the street, about half-past 2 o'clock Sunday morning, in a suspicious attitude, and who had on his person a chisel, was committed in default of security for his good behavior. Thomas Alexander, a young white man, an