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ssurance that the just cause must prevail. A. B. Burnside, Major-General Commanding. The Alleged Pursuit of the "290." It has been stated in the New York papers that dispatches have been sent by the British Consul at that city to Admiral Milne, commander of the West India squadron, in reference to the destruction of British property by the Confederate steamer Alabama, and also that three British war vessels have been sent in search of her. The Express says: Upon inquiry at the proper sources, we learn that the simple fact of the destruction of British cargoes by the Alabama has been telegraphed to Admiral Milne, of the West India squadron, by the British Consul in this city. The story that already three British war sloops have put out for the Alabama is pronounced entirely untrue at the Consul's office. A very late dispatch from Halifax makes no mention of any vessels-of-war having been ordered out. The fact of the destruction of British property is true, as the