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10 A. M., and reached the city in a skiff, accompanied by a valuable boat hand, who remained faithful, although appearances indicated that the boy had only to open his mouth when he might have had a passage to some other place than "Dixie's Land." The Hilja went off during the day, and will proceed to the British Provinces. The British ship Monmouth, from Liverpool, and the ship General Parkhill, from the same place, were seen off the bar yesterday, and were ordered off. The Charleston News, of Monday evening, says: The British ship A and A, from Belfast, having been chased unsuccessfully yesterday by the steam-frigate Niagara, was fortunate enough to get into port this morning, having most successfully and fearlessly run the blockade. Captain Hutchinson deserves credit for the fearless manner in which he stood into the shoal part of the bar, and will have an opportunity of getting a fine freight and dispatch. The A and A was towed into port by the steamer Gordon.