he whole fleet.
Friday morning it blew a gale from the sontheast, lasting about 25 hours, carrying away fore-sail and main-sail.
Saturday morning signaled the Pawnee, ship leaking, and was ordered to put back.
Got out of our way and went ashore about thirteen miles south of Forl Macon. (Signed) John R. fisher, Wagon Master 7th Regt. Conn. Vol.
A Spanish steamer in Distress.
The Charlefton Courier says:
The late southeast gale has done considerable damage on the coast Capt. Reynais, of the Spanish steamer Neustra Sonora de Ragla, arrived here yesterday from Georgetown, S. C. His steamer was from New York bound of Havana, where she is intended for a ferry boat, and she has suffered from the late stormy weather, having been ashore near Ocracocke, N. C., and has put into Georgetown, S. C. with machinery disabled and vessel somewhat injured.
Her captain informs us that she is a new and powerful boat of three hundred tons.
Capt. R. has come here to see after having hi