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Southern vessels seized.

--On Monday, a large number of vessels from Southern ports, which have arrived at New York without proper clearances, have been seized, and are subject to a fine of $100, and a forfeiture of all foreign merchandize contained on board in excess of $800. The ship Andover, from New Orleans, was seized under this act, the master fined $100, and the merchandize (being in excess of the amount stipulated by law) forfeited. In addition to the Andover, the following vessels were yesterday fined $100 each.

Schooner B. W. Browne, Charleston, S. C.; schooner H. R. Coggshall, Jacksonville, Fla; ship T. S. De Soto, Savannah, Ga.; Schooner W. A. Ellis, Charleston, S. C.; brig Wm. M. Groton, Fernandina, Fla; brig Herald, New Orleans, La; schooner Laura Gertrude, Fernandina, Fla; schooner L. V. Myers, Jacksonville, Fla.; schooner R. J. Mercer, Jacksonville, Fla.; schooner Ned, Charleston, S. C.; schooner Pearl, Jacksonville, Fla.; schooner F. F. Randolph, Georgetown, S. C.; schooner Mary Stedman, Charleston, S. C.; schooner Virginia, Mobile, Ala.; schooner J. M. Vance, New Smyrna, Fla.; schooner M. A. Wood, Mobile, Ala.

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