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--The New Orleans Picayune is indebted to the courtesy of Gen. Lovell for the use of the following dispatch: Fort Pike, Nov. 29.--Captain Buckley, of the steamer Jeff. Davis, has just left my wharf, having been turned back on his trip to Mobile. He reports the capture, by the Yankees, yesterday morning, in the Sound, of the steamers Grey Cloud, Watson, and Henry Lewis--the two latter heavily laden with freight for Mobile. H. A. Clinch, Major Comd'g. Maj. Gen. Lovell, C. S. A. The Picayune further says: Since receiving the above, we learn from here agents here, John E. Hyde & Co., that the Grey Cloud arrived in port (Mobile) early yesterday morning. The wrong name has probably been given, by mistake, to one of the captured boats. Another dispatch has been received by Mr. Geddes, agent of the mail line, dated Pascagoula, yesterday, stating that a steamer name not mentioned, was captured by the enemy, in the morning, and in the evening a schooner.
ore left in Paducah only waiting for a similar opportunity. The capture of the steamer Anna. We published a short notice some days ago in relation to the capture of the steamer Anna. The following extract from a private letter, dated Pascagoula, 27th ult., from Captain Thomas Rhodes, which we find in the New Orleans Delta of the 2d, contains some further particulars of interest: The steamer Anna left the wharf at this this day week, at 11 P. M., and was taken by a Lincoln gun-boahe next morning, off the east end of Ship Island, with a load of rosin and spirit of turpentine, and some twelve or fourteen passengers. The passengers and crew were taken on board a ship outside, and kept four days. They were all sent back to Pascagoula, except the captain, mate, and two hands, who were detained to prove their legality, &c., after which they will be sent ashore. Among the passengers were Messrs. Randall, Mclunis, Galloway, (owner of part of the cargo,) Mr. Frederick Badmier,