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MARINE NEWS. PORT OF WILMINGTON. FEBRUARY 1. high wats a at thb Aa:;::::::::t:::c:.:::2.45 p. m. ARRIVED. Jan. 29. Schr. Phoenix, Scammon, from Georgetown, S. C., in ballast, to Harry, Bryant & Co. 30. Steamer Rowan, Hurt, ironi Fayetteviile, to Dr. Worth, with 233 bales Cotton, 8 bags Feathers, 1 16 casks Seed, S cesks Wax, 7 bales Cotton Yarn, 43 bags Wheat, 37 obis. Flour, 8 bbls. Meal. 2 bales Rags, to Q. W. Davis, J. C, LaUa, McKellar fc Mc-Rae and others. Passengers r Thomas McDowell, D. D. Allen, James McCollum, H. Erambert, Jos,-Green, John D. Williams, Dr. John Worth, Mr. Bell, Wm.lLutterioh, Misa Ashe, George McMillan, lady. f ClUlUicUdlUU sciTiiui, auu uiucio. " Brig SamL Potter, from Rum Cay, Bahamas, to DeRosset fc Brown, with 3500 bushels Salt, 5 hhds. Molasses. 31. Schr. Marion, Burns, from Little River, with Naval Stores, to G. W. Davis. Schr. Nicanor, Hinks, from Cardenas, with 250 hhds. New Crop Molasses, to G. W. Davis. Freight brooght per Steamer Gov. Graham, from Fayetleville, Jan. 29th, 263 bales Cotton, 265 bbls, Flour, 7 bales Wool, 1 bale Racs, 42 casks Flax Seed, 7 bbls. Dry Fruit, 4 bales Sheeting, 10 bales Cotton Yarn, 45 bags Bran, 15 firkins Butter, 4 hhds. Oats, 1 box, 1 keg and 144 Bacon Hams. M Schr. A. J. DeRosset, Brewster, from New York, to DeRosset & Brown, with goods to sundry persons.