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emine a few days since. She was heavily laden with cotton, mules, and cattle. These, with Adams Express freight and treasure, were entirely destroyed. Several lives lost. Eighty three steamers, carrying 40,000 tons of public stores, have reached Nashville, Tenn, making in all two hundred thousand tons of stores accumulated there. A fire, destroying $50,000 worth of property, occurred at Harrodsburg, Ky., last week. Ex-Gov. Magoffin and Dr Smalley being the principal losers. By a late arrival from Havana it is ascertained that the Confederate steamer Florida was recently at Canary Islands, on the coast of Africa. The prize steamer Pet, captured off Wilmington, sold at auction at Boston on the 9th for $35,000. Fernando Wood resumed his seat in Congress Saturday, after a severe attack of sickness. The Maple Leaf was the steamer blown up by a torpedo in Florida. Four lives were lost. Gen. Grant has been in consultation with Burnside at Washington.