New YORK, B'eb. 2b. - It is the opinión of shipping men that the steamship Brunei, trom Bermuda, attenipfced to speak with i craft at sea, the last man of vvhose crew h;;d porished in the torriblo cold within view of the steamship. The Brunei sighted the Yarmouth sohooner Ëmma S. Feb. 13. The crew seemed to je in the rigging and on he decks, strangely motionless. Alter sailing to windward two miles the brunel saw th British ensign, with union down, slowly ïiounl to the masthead or the Ëmma S. Captain Anderson signaled: 'Do you wish to abandon the vessel?" No response caiue. Then the words, "Whatdo tou want?" were signaled. The liruncl ran within HKJ feet of the scliooner, but there caine no reply and the crew was motionless. Alter waiting in i dantrerous soa. lor si x hou rs the Brunel steamed off.