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s thus been foiled in his charitable intentions of reforming the blacks, at least as regards this lot of culled pussons, who are, by this time, far on their way to Cuba or the West-Indies. We learn that the fleet gunboat Wamsutta has been sent after the slaver, and it is hoped that she may be overtaken, and these poor contrabands returned. The cargo is made up of sprightly lads, worth, in Cuba, from one thousand two hundred dollars to one thousand five hundred dollars each. We are sorry to observe that, owing to the embargo recently placed upon naval officers, who say their mouths are sealed, we are not able to present the facts of the case well authetor of the N. Y. Times: In your issue of June second, you were perfectly correct in calling the foolish story of the shipment of negroes from Fortress Monroe to Cuba, to be sold as slaves, a ridiculous invention, well calculated to do mischief. It is unnecessary to assure any man in his senses that such a thing could not possi