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nie,) off the North Carolina coast, has been noticed. She was chased by the blockader Georgia and run on the beach on Wrightsville Sound. The boats of the blockader then made for her, and the crew of the Scotia started to take to her boats. While one of these, containing the Captain, Purser, and others was being lowered, the davit broke, spilling them all into the sen. Some of these were rescued, in a sinking and exhausted condition by the second and third mates in the other starboard boat, while others got ashore by clinging to trunks and other articles thrown overboard from the steamer Wm. F. Jones, chief engineer, Wm. Morrel, his 1st assistant, and E. J. Black quartermaster, were drowned. The following of the crew are missing: G H. Tailour, Geo. Davis, H. Thompson, John Steward, Wm. Burke, Grieson, Purcell, Duffy, Buchanan, Collins, Hughes, Hall, Clos, Shearn, Kempton, Lynch, Greaser, Barlow, Holtidge, Smith, and Wallace. Chas. Lightfoot, the contused cabin boy, was drowned.
esday, the 16th inst. We give a summary of the news they contain: The movements in the Southwest The war news from Gen. Grant's department is highly interesting. A dispatch from Chattanooga states that Gen. Logan, with the 15th army corps, left the vicinity of Huntsville, Ala., some days ago, moving southwardly, and we have rebel accounts of the presence of some of his forces at Lebanon, Ala., some twenty south of the Tennessee river. The cavalry expedition under Gens. Grierson and Smith, started from Memphis, moving across the country southwardly. It was understood (says the New York Times) that these columns were intended to act in conjunction, the one to attack, and the other to out off the retreat of Polk and Forrest, who were scouring Central and Northern Mississippi. This movement was generally regarded as a great flanking movement on Johnston's army. A Nashville dispatch to the Cincinnati Gazettes says that Gen. Sherman entered Jackson, Miss., on the 5th, the C
From Mobile. Mobile, Feb. 16. --An official dispatch from Fort Gaines states that the enemy opened fire on Fort Powell, at Grant's Pass, at 9 o'clock this morning. Five vessels are now engaged. So far all the shots are Falling short. Colonel Smith is at Fort Fowell. [second Dispatch.] Mobile, Feb. 17. --Official news from Fort Gaines says that seven mortar beats and four gunboats fired 165 shots at Fort Fowell yesterday, seven or eight of which struck, but the fort sustained no damage. One lieutenant and a sergeant were slightly wounded. The officers' quarters were nearly demolished. A demonstration was made to land at Dauphin's Island, but reconsidered. It is officially reported that the enemy occupied Enterprise, Miss., yesterday morning.