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anded also. The Sumter is a dangerous neighbor, and likely to do much harm to the North American commerce in the Caribbean seas. In capturing vessels, the steamer has generally used the English colors. She is quite a pretty boat, and steams well. Her burden is five hundred tons, carries six guns, and about one hundred and thirty men. The officers appear to be well educated, and of accommodating manners. They say, with the Maxwell, they have captured ten prizes, which have been sent to Carthagena. When she returned in the port, the fort was prepared to give her a few shots, for having taken the Joseph Maxwell in Venezuelan waters, but after some reflection it was thought that the steamer might escape, and then she would destroy all the Venezuelan war vessels she might find cruising on the coast. I would state that the Amy Bradford was captured about seventy miles to the N. E. of this port, at eight o'clock A. M., on the morning of the 25th. Salza. The following is a copy of t