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to attempt an escape. She was taken at five A. M., when the passengers and crew of the schooner were all taken on board the steamer, where they were kept all day and treated in a very gentlemanly manner by Capt. Alden, but in a very ungentlemanly manner by the Lieutenant named Wilson. They received a good Fourth of July dinner on board the steamer. The cargo of the schooner and everything on board was taken. From Mr. Wharton they took two boxes of arms, purchased by him for Brazoria county; also ten gross of military buttons, a lot of material for a company uniform, and a six shooter. He was allowed to take his valise, and the rest were treated in about the same way. The cargo of the Shark was assorted, consisting of bagging, bale rope and groceries. We have no means of stating the value of the Shark's cargo, or that of the Ann Bryan. The other three schooners that were liberated were loaded with lumber. The Shark had a mail which was seized upon. Mr. Wharton exp