The splendid Pacific Mail Steamer Tennessee, Geo. Totten, commander, arrived yesterday morning at 7 o'clock, from Panama. She left that port on the 24th June, with the U.S. mails and four hundred and fifty-six passengers. She has been sixteen days on the passage. The memoranda of her trip, kindly furnished us by Purser Schell, will be found below...
MEMORANDA.--On the 27th, at 10 A.M., in the lat. 10 N., long. 88 W. saw the smoke of steamer, supposed to be the California. Arrived at Acapulco on the 30th; took on board coal, provisions, and 104 destitute passengers, from ship Russell, brigs Amphytrite and Isabella Hermosa, and sailed at 12 P.M. on the 1st July...On 3d inst., at 10 1/2 A.M., spoke and boarded steamer Golden Gate, about 60 miles to the north and west of Cape Corrientes. On the 6th, spoke steamer Pacific, in lat. 27 15N., long 115 45 W. Arrived in San Diego at 5 A.M. on the 8th, exchanged mails, and sailed at 9 1/2 o'clock. This morning spoke a barque bound in, 51 days from San Juan, with passengers. Saw steamer Ohio about 5 miles outside of the bar, bound in.
LIST OF DEATHS ON BOARD.
June 30--Solomon Keller, aged 2 years, 4 mos.
July 3d--Andrew Ring, Rhinebeck, duchess Co., N.Y., aged 32.
3d, Herman Kurfman, of New York, 37.
4th, Jos. Bliss, of New York, 31.
4th, Chas. Loper, Suffolk Co., L.I., 38
5th, Benj. Ward, Newburgh, N.Y., 36
7th, Jno. Andrews, of Niagara, Canada West, 54.
8th, M.J. Clanton, of New Orleans, 26.
8th, Mrs. Nancy Moody, Cincinnati, Ohio, 30.
9th, Jno. Purcey, from Ireland, 30.
9th, Julius Poor, of New Orelans, (boy) 9 years.