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Another interesting narrative of a cruise in the ocean. The armed steamer Gordon arrived at Charleston, S. C., two or three days since, after a cruise of six weeks. The Mercury publishes the following memoranda relating to her voyage: Left this pert on the morning of the 17th July, and after passing Cape Romain was chased by a U. S. steamer, which fired one gun, but it fell short, and we got safely into a port of North Carolina, where a supply of fuel was taken in, July 26, at 7 A. M., made a sail, which on reaching proved to be the brig Wm McGlivery, of Bangor, Me., from Cardenas for Boston. with a cargo of 337 hhds. and 27 tierces of molasses. A prize crew was placed on board, and she was taken into Hatteras Inlet. July 28, a vessel hove in sight, and nearing her we fired a gun across her bow, when she moved to, and was found to be the schooner Protector. of Philadelphia, from Matanvas for Philadelphia, with a cargo of fruit; she was taken in tow and carried into Hatt