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ere he resides.--With Capt. Fritzinger came Mr. Shepherd, a native of Charleston, S. C., but for many years a resident of this place. Mr. Shepherd shipped on board the brig Sarah Star, and was on boae Sarah Star (six men) took the oath except Mr. Shepherd, who refused, and was imprisoned in Fort Mcmmediate necessities. Capt. Fritzinger and Mr. Shepherd left Nassau in the latter part of September Sunday morning, as previously stated. Mr. Shepherd speaks of the treatment of prisoners by the authorities and sent to Fort McHenry. Mr. Shepherd mentions another matter which is proper to of character. Such is the statement of Mr. Shepherd, corroborated by Captain Fritzingers, so fauthern port, he felt it only right to do by Mr. Shepherd as he would have liked others to have done been fully approved by his employers. Mr. Shepherd is staying at the Sailors' Home; Captain Fr There are one or two matters contained in Mr. Shepherd's statement to which we would not give publ