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Another slaver at Anguilla. -- Capt. william Eneas, of the schooner "Azorian," of this port, arrived from Anguilla on Sunday last, and informs us that, on the 10th instant, while he and his crew were searching for turtles' eggs on the North side of the beach, they observed a brig burnt to the water's edge. They also met a man on the beach, and Capt. Eneas asked him if any Spaniards were turtling on the Island. He replied that he did not know. Some of the Azorian's crew then walked towards the South side of the Anguilla, where they observed the crew of the burnt vessel, who, with their captain, came out from the bush towards them. They were all armed, and threatened to shoot the Azorian's crow if they ran. The Capt. of the burnt vessel asked Capt. Eneas whether he was a wrecker, and being answered in the affirmative, said, "I am wrecked here, and my brig and cargo are on the other side." He wanted Captain Eneas to accompany him there, but on the latter's saying he did not c