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e the Cuba, bound for this port from Trinidad. The Naiad, when captured, was bound to this city from Cienfuegos. She was commanded by Captain Richardson, was built in Cherry field, Maine, in 1857, 385 tons and rated A 2 She is owned by Tucker & Lightbourne, of this city. The Ben Dunning, commanded by Captain Havons, was also bound to this city from Cienfuegos. She is 284 tons, was built in 1855 at Falmouth, and belongs to Portland. She rated A 2, and is owned by Messrs. Ross & Sturdivant. The Albert Adams, Captain Cousins, was built at Dennisville, Me., in 1852. She is 192 tons, rates A 2, and is owned by the captain and others. She belongs to Boston. Like the Dunning, she left Cienfuegos for this city. The Herald also devotes several columns to the privateer "Jeff. Davis," whose prizes are valued at $225,000." This trim little craft has had the audacity, it seems, to run way up amongst the Nantucket Shoals, and has of course created much excitement among the Y