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cotton, 35 boxes tobacco, &c. Two hundred and ninety bales of the cotton was owned by the owners of the steamer, and the balance by the crew. She had a crew of nineteen persons on board, all of whom were captured except two, viz: James Dean, of Darien, a pilot, and Wm. Dunn, a seaman, of this city.--The others were taken prisoners, and are in the hands of the enemy. The enemy discovered the Chatham early in the morning and fired twenty- three shells at her, and then opened with musketry from ree shells at her, and then opened with musketry from their boats. The enemy's barges boarded her and took possession of the steamer. Among the captured are Capt. Martinsborough; Archie, mate; Captain Frazier, of Augusta; Evans, shipkeeper; John Parry, first engineer; Joseph Willing, second engineer; John Waters, Patrick Dacey, Chas. Stark, and John Gregor, firemen, all of Savannah; and firemen Thompson, of Darien. The Chatham was owned by a stock company in this city.--Savannah News, 20th.