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Confederate flag was fired, after which all hands, by order of Capt. Coxetter, "splice the main brace" In the evening, a sail was discovered d was in the act of giving the longitude, when "Lon, Tom," from Capt. Coxetter, changed the appearance of matters, and brought the John Welsh oodwell; but, as the Captain had his wire on board, the gallant Capt. Coxetter at once determined that the Mary Goodwell in consideration of higna, with lumber — Not being worth the capture, the balance of Capt Coxetter's prisoners were placed on board her, on condition that she wouf Davis, and removing what provisions and arms were necessary. Capt Coxetter had the John Carver scuttled and set on fire fore and after Thi crew of the Jeff.Davis saw the fated John Carver go down. Capt. Coxetter now made sail for the Florida coast On Friday evening, the 16the of the appreciation of our citizens be procured for the bold Captain Coxetter, to be presented to him on his return A list for such an objec