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Marine Disasters.

Norfolk, March 19.
--Schooner Susan F. Abbott, from Philadelphia, bound for Savannah, arrived here in distress, sails gone, masts sprung.

British schooner Wrenn, of St. Andrews, from Matanzas, bound for New York with molasses, abandoned at sea Friday. Her crew were taken off by the schooner Edward Herbert, and brought here.

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