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Austin, 25 miles north of Little Rock. A voyage with rebels — Maury, Ferguson, and others on board the Arabia--What they said and How therners if you please, headed by that arch traitor and scoundrel M. F. Maury, formerly Lieutenant of the United States Navy, and for whom so e qui vive and watching their movements all the while. Besides Maury, whom they style "Commodore," there is a Major Ferguson, who is rep England to buy goods to smuggle into that city or vicinity. Mr. Maury is accompanied by a son, a pleasant, smiling youth, perhaps 12 yeforward to a long war, and say (?) they are quite prepared for it.--Maury says he has "small hope of the Democratic party, but if their partyprobabilities of a war between Great Britain and the United States, Maury took especial pains to prove to the Englishmen with whom he was constate that, in case of any such untoward event, I would like to see Maury and his associates placed in charge of such an expedition. He woul