From New York. New York, Aug. 24
--The Danburg Courier is raising the peace flag.
At Fairfield to day about 400 persons attempted to raise the Stars and Stripes, but were successfully resisted.
A flgat ensued.--Two peace men, Wildman and Graham, were seriously wounded.
Snovels, pick-axes and stones were used, but no fire-arms.
The peace flag is flying, and there is great excitement.
New York, Aug. 24.--Sales of cotton to-day 1,800 bales, at 18½ cents for middlings.
NAug. 24.--Sales of cotton to-day 1,800 bales, at 18½ cents for middlings.
New York, Aug. 23--The British brig Andover has arrived.
She was boarded off Cape Hatteras by a nameless privateer, which reported that she had two prizes in the inlet.--She and two other privateers were watching a Federal war brig, with the intention of attacking her. These privateers (say our Black Republican authorities) are apparently Eastern men.
New York, Aug. 23.--Thos. J. Carrow and W. M. Pegram, of Baltimore, and W. J. Kelly, have been arrested.
Mr. Kelley had various bills of sal