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ssfully got in, except such as the enemy know of as well as we. One has been captured about 18 miles from the mouth of the harbor. She left mobile and escaped to Havana as the schooner "Wilder," the property of Confederate owners. She was there sold to a British subject, was re- christened the "Andrewetts," and took out a clearag, was burned by her crew to prevent her falling into the hands of the enemy. The crew escaped to shore in their boats. The schooner "Clara" arrived safely from Havana in this port a few days before. Another schooner, the "Leone," accomplished no less a feat than running the blockade with a valuable cargo. A passenger by this schooner relates an incident of the perilous voyage from Havana, which smacks considerably of the romance of the seas. On the night before they approached the coast, when dark and ugly weather prevailed, a little stir was heard on deck which brought him up from the cabin. The schooner was rolling in the trough of the sea, w