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ll, set fire to and left her. The ship Ben Hoxie, of Mystic, Conn., about 1,300 tons burthen, Capt Crarey, from San Francisco, which place she left on the 13th January last, having since called at Mazatian and Aliamora, Mexico, bound to Falmouth, England, laden with logwood, hides, 30 tons of silver ore, and about $7,000 to $8,000 in gold, became a prize to the Florida on the 16th June lat 12 deg. long. about 29 deg. The captain, officers, and crew numbering the silver bars and the spas destroyed by fire on the following day. The silver ore which went down with the vessel was valued at $509,000. The captains and officers of the Red Gauntlet and B. Hoxie were, on the 19th of June, transferred to an Italian brig, bound to Falmouth, England, which the Florida met with, Capt. Maffit supplying them with provisions for the passage. Three of the crew of the Southern Cross, five of the Red Gauntlet, and three of the B. Hoxie, volunteered on board the Florida, at the rate of $2