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ell's arrest, and that Serrell was in Philadelphia previous to his arrest after his trip on the Persia. Serrell's statement in relation to his money was that it is his own property, and that he intended to start a brokerage and exchange business in Philadelphia. The bark Joseph Maxwell captured by the Sumter. Advices have been received in New York that the bark Joseph Maxwell, from Philadelphia for Laguayra, was captured by the Sumter on the 27th of July, off Porto Cabello. Lt. Hanks and five men were put aboard as a prize crew, and the Captain of the bark and a part of the crew taken aboard of the Sumter. The Maxwell was taken into Cienfuegos, but ordered out within twenty-four hours. In the meantime arrangements were made to run her ashore fifteen miles east of Cienfuegos, which was done, and her cargo taken to Cienfuegos and sold, and partly paid for. The privateersmen were sent to Havana by the Governor of Cienfuegos as shipwrecked seamen. Exchange of prison