From the Cleveland Herald, of Nov. 3d
A CARD.--The passengers on board the Steam Brig Superior, from Buffalo to Detroit, take this, the only method in their power, to express their thanks to the inhabitants of Fairport, for the solicitude manifested by them on the night of the 1st instant, on which the brig, under the watchful care of a kind Providence, and the active exertions of Captain SHERMAN and his officers, rode out a tremendous gale of 36 hours, off their port.--Men who would keep up fires and watch on the beach through a cold and boisterous night, would doubtless have hazarded every danger in assisting us, had the catastrophe occured which they and we anticipated.
THOMAS S. BRYANT, U.S.A.
THEO. W. ELY,
JOHN W. ALLEN,
DANIEL S. BACON,