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hdraw his fleet, being satisfied that the city cannot be taken by water. The arrival of the steamer Roanoke at New York Tuesday announces the fact that another privateer is at large on the ocean. It appears that Captain Scott, of the United States steamer De Sote, informed Captain Drew, of the Roanoke, that he heard, from reliable quarters, that there was a rebel privateer cruising to the westward of Havana, she being a bark rigged steamer, painted lead color. This is important, especially as it concerns the Aspinwall line of steamers. The last news from Europe brings intelligence of the death of Sir William Brown, of Liverpool, a son of Alexander Brown, of Baltimore. Mr. F. Waldron is the person who tells the story of the alleged interview, at the battle of Antietam, between Generals McClellan and Lee. His respectability is said to be indorsed by General Milroy. He is now at Washington, whither he has been summoned to give his testimony before the War Committee.