Charleston, Oct. 18
--In the Confederate Court
on yesterday, the case of Capt. Sandrue
' charged with an endeavor to excite revolt was continued until the next term, and he was released on his own recognizance in the sum of two hundred dollars.
The Charleston Courier
says, that the ship Thomas Watson
, which got ashore on Tuesday, was burned yesterday by the blockading fleet.
She was a Mobile vessel and loaded with salt, two lithographic presses, and a quantity of lithographic stone.
The Charleston Mercury
, of yesterday, says that the Protestant Episcopal Convention, of the Confederacy
, met at Columbia
on yesterday, and that all the bishops in the Confederacy
were present except Bishop Polk
, of Louisiana