This new and superior steamer arrived at this port on her first trip from New Bedford, on Saturday last. Our old and much esteemed friend, Capt. Cromwell, who commands her, is greatly pleased with her, in every respect and thinks her a better boat than was the Eagle’s Wing. We hope to see her well patronized. Since the old boat was burned, the Vineyard people have suffered much for want of a regular communication with the main land.

We are pleased to see among her officers, Mr. Smith, the able and accomplished Engineer, and Capt. Cromwell, (than whom a better Pilot cannot be found for these waters,) both formerly of the Eagle’s Wing. We are also glad to notice several familiar faces among the crew.

Now that we have a steamboat, we may look for a better and more hopeful feeling among our business men. Let us all take courage, once more.