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g one of the regular mail and passenger lines of the British Royal Mail Steamship Company, running from Vera Cruz, via Havana, to St. Thomas, and thence to Southampton, England. We paid our passage money for the whole route from Havana to Southampton to the British consul at Havana, who acts as the agent or representative of the Southampton to the British consul at Havana, who acts as the agent or representative of the said steamship company, Mr. Slidell being accompanied by his family, consisting of his wife, four children, and a servant, and Mr. Eustis by his wife and servants. The Trent left the port of Havana about eight o'clock A. M. on the morning of the 7th instant, and pursued her voyage uninterruptedly until intercepted by the United l known in Havana that berths were booked for the whole party to proceed by this steamer to St. Thomas, there to join the homeward West India mail steamship for Southampton. They accordingly embarked yesterday morning, trusting to receive the same protection under the English flag which they had already received from that of Spain
ed the secessionists. In relating the capture of the ship to a gentleman at Southampton, he observed that he felt bound to treat the captain and officers with every Navy. The following statement was taken by the Quarantine officer at Southampton, Eng., from the second mate of the Harvey Birch: statement of James Stewart 6 P. M.--I saw the masts go over the side. The Nashville then proceeded to Southampton to land the crew of the Harvey Birch. James Stewart, Second Officer. Prsuch being taken. The steamer steamed up the English channel, and arrived at Southampton at about eight A. M. on the 21st instant, and came to anchor in the river. and I therefore employed a steamtug at my own expense, and landed my crew in Southampton docks between nine and ten A. M., and they were taken charge of by the Uniteervinons. The remainder of the crew, not having signed the above document, were placed in irons until their arrival at Southampton. --London Times, Nov. 23.