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he Powhatan. We extract the following from the correspondence of the New York Times: Panama, Thursday, Sept. 26, 1861. --The steam gunboat Keystone States, Commander Scott, with 140 men, arrived at Aspinwall yesterday from Surinam. She will remain at Aspinwall five or six days, and take 350 tons of coal. She reports that the gunboat Iroquois was at St. Thomas on the 8th. The steam war-ship Richmond took coals in at Kingston, Jamaica, Sept, 3 The Powhatan left Surinam on the 12th of September. The Confederate steamer Sumter left Surinam on the 1st of September, steaving east, with has embs-task down, but it is supposed she had gone home. She bought coals at Surinam, after having been refused it from Government supplies, of some English merchants. Stil had been to Demarara, but could not get cool She then went to French Guiana, but the commander there refused her coal, saying the Government had none to spare. Coals ar scarce all through the West India Islands, at least t