12 JANUARY 1839, Page 8

A letter from Liverpool in this morning's Times, represents the

con- duct of the wreckers on that coast as most disgraceful-

" The wrecks of the Pennsylvania and the Lockwoods being on the banks, a fleet of wreckers surrounded these ill-fated ships, and plundered them of every thing they could get into their boats. The wretches actually tore up the deck of the Pennsrvania to get at the valuable cargo, which they carried off; there being no persons in authority afloat to prevent the plunder. The Lockwood° shared the same fate, and plunder was the order of the day. The St. Andrew, being on the main, escaped the depredations of these scoundrels."