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ntirely composed of Englishmen. After these exploits the Alabama went to Martinique, where she was blockaded by the United States steam frigate San Jacinto. Herons, and was immediately arrested and his vessel seized by the authorities of Martinique, who nearly unanimously sympathized with the Southern Confederacy. The Sa is explained by Capt. Goodall, of the Alice, by the fact that the harbor of Martinique is a large bay, about three miles wide, with high mountainous shores. He als per hour at that. She had but two days coal on board, and had gone into Martinique to receive a cargo, which had arrived at that port for her on an English brigarrived there in a French schooner, having been chartered to convey them from Martinique. The Captain also states that a gentleman went into the American Consul's oferted by several of the crew of the Wales that the escape of the Alabama from Martinique was protected by a French man of war, which would allow no shots to be on a