--The New York Times, of Monday last, furnishes the following:
The burnt steamer Cataline
turns out to have been owned by Mr. Thurlow Weed
, Mr. Freeman
and Mr. Dickinson
, who got a third party to have her chartered for $10,000 a month.
Her loss entails $1,200 on Captain Phillips
, $150 on her first engineer, $250 on her second engineer, (Mr. Simmons
,) $250 on the purser, $300 on the steward, $2,500 on Dr. Bradley
, being the amount of private property destroyed belonging to these gentlemen.
The crew lost about $100 each.
A large barn, 100 feet long by 45 wide, with 7 horses, several wagons, carriages, harness and other property, belonging to the West Castleton railroad and Slate Company, Vermont, was entirely consumed last Saturday morning about 1 o'clock. Loss estimated at $2,000 The barn was insured for $800 The fire is supposed to be the work of an incendiary.
A colored boy, 14 years of age, perished in the flames.
Hon. Henry May
on Tuesday last for Richmond, Va.
, where he now is — Various rumors are in circulation in relation to his visit.
Previous to his starting, he had an interview with President Lincoln
, but whether in connection with his visit is not known.
It is said to day that he was invited to Richmond
by Jeff. Davis
, and that he is accompanied by two prominent Pennsylvanians, both friends of the Government