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MUTINY AT SEA.
Tho Second Mats Murdered.
Acckiaxd, TuesiUv.- —Is'cwh Iihs been received from Tiiliitj. * 1 ivt the American barque ItcBper, froi ;,> T o\vcaatlc, New South "Wales, cu lCUio to Honolulu,
put'iuto Papeete, and roper* ??;?>. that n murder find mutiuy had v>: -red oil board, Tho Heaper'a cif ? , noiO nil shipped nt Newcastle, a/ ? appears that eomo of tlicui, belief £ that tho captain had a considorablo num of niouey iv gold iv hie cabin, persuaded others to join in a plot to murder tho captain and ollicow and seize tho ship. Oα 13th January, late at night, the second officer, named M. Pit/.gemld, whoso wnteh it was, decoyed tor 'Wd aud -nuvdei-ed being ? ??niMbedwith the cook h cl.oppei'. 1I? body was lliniS overboard. *???no ??£ tho inutinoors boeame alarmed ut what had ken done, aud opposed any ' further bloodshed that mg it. Iv the jneautimo tho captain waHU,formed by To of tho crow of what had occurred, Zi. to and other oflieow, Miuiiig thra,Belvos..u.-i-ccded ... placing tho thrcorinslcadem in irons; but unt.l '£ rdvod af Papeete, on 2vth January, they wo in hourly pen! of th S,anddidnotdareto!c.ayo Iv answer to ?„,,.,! nn armed crew trom tho 'frSguadSboanledtholtopr ?Sd secured the principal culprit.. £ were handed over to the American WHO W? v t to y au Cutco urlrial. The Keeper ThTppedafre 6 h;cvowaudrc,umedher voyage.