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her. On the Fourth of July, a salute in honor of the Confederate flag was fired, after which all hands, by order of Capt. Coxetter, "splice the main brace" In the evening, a sail was discovered on the Ice bow. On approaching this vessel a gun was fired, which caused he to heave to. On examination of her papers she was found to be the brig Grace Worthington, sailing under English colors. She was let pass. A brig from Baltimore was also allowed to pass on the same day. On Saturday,July 6 a vessel was descried The Jeff Davis hoisted French colors, which brought the sail towards her. The Captain of the unknown vessel, thinking the Jeff. wanted the longitude, came close by, and was in the act of giving the longitude, when "Lon, Tom," from Capt. Coxetter, changed the appearance of matters, and brought the John Welsh to. (The John Welsh, with her cargo of sugar, has since safely arrived) The John Welsh was bound from Trinidad to Falmouth for orders. The next vessel captured