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Unfortunate and eventful voyage. The brig Crocus, W. H. Herbert, Captain, with guano from the Sombrero Islands, arrived at this port on the night of the 28th.--From the vessel's log, the Crocus left the Island of Guadalupe on the 7th of October, with a clear bill of health, and not until the 23d of that month, while loading at the Island of Sombrero, did the misfortunes of her Captain commence. On that day his youthful wife, to whom he had been married only five months, died on the Island of the fever which had been prevalent at Guadalupe early in the autumn. On the 29th of October the vessel, with a crew of ten men all told, three of whom were doomed never more to see the land, left Sombrero for this port, all in excellent health. When out three or four days the mate was taken sick, and remained so during the entire voyage, not being well enough at any time to be on duty. John Cordery, a foreigner, was taken sick about the same time that the mate was, and died, of the bilio