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is said that the Tuscarora is very badly built, that her guns are too large and heavy for a vessel of her size and class, there not being room enough to work them properly. She is very leaky, and the men are obliged to be kept at the pumps; and it is the opinion of those who have visited her, competent to form an opinion, that she will not be able to stand the shock from such heavy metal as she carries. Is the Sumter a Cruiser or privateer? The Moniteur de la Flatte, of Paris, January 12th, says: We remark that since the Sumter has been spoken of in Europe the majority of newspapers, and even those most favorable to the Confederate States, designate this ship under the name of privateer. The London Shipping Journal says: The admission of the Sumter into Cadiz is, so far as it goes, a direct acknowledgment by Spain of the South as a belligerent State.--It may be more than this. There is considerable doubt whether the Sumter should be regarded as a privatee