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Wreck of the privateer Sumter. She is Driven Ashore at Trinidad and becomes a Total Wreck — Statement of one of Her Crew — Movements Pre name to gain information for her own purpose. The Sumter at Trinidad, West Indies.[from the Barbadoes Liberal, August 13.] At TriniTrinidad, the arrival on the 30th ult., (July) of an armed steamer, the Sumter, bearing the flag of the Confederate States of America, caused a goothe day, of the Southern steamer Sumter, which we last heard of at Trinidad. The schooner Express came in shortly after from Trinidad, havingTrinidad, having on board the mate of the Joseph Maxwell, captured by the Sumter off Porto Cabello, who had been put ashore at Trinidad. He was received on bTrinidad. He was received on board the Keystone State, which towards evening got up steam and departed. In the course of the day a steamer was seen to leeward, and many peAugust, in want of coals and water. The Keystone State arrived at Trinidad on the 13th of August, remained only a few hours and sailed in hot