At six this morning the steamboat Anglo Norman & star came alongside and in two hours the good ship Volant’s at anchor in the river, we have been dragged through a long mud puddle to get thus far, and have a still longer one before us, we see by a paper loaned us by the steamboat Capt the Fanny Giffney, which sailed from Liverpool a few days before us has been last, the crew of the Roseanne, that sailed the day before mutinied at sea, she put into St Thomas for men, and has gone up the river with 11 men in irons, we have been highly favoured in having a good and willing crew, and in being brought safely thus far, at one o’clock that Anglo left came to take us u the river in company with the Jersey at PM came to anchor in account of fog,