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ce to sustain these views. Detention of the Florida at rest. The stay of the Florida at Brest is, it is stated, likely to be prolonged beyond the limits originally, perhaps, contemplated by ree circumstances noticed in the French papers. La France says that the afflatus authorities of Brest, acting on instructions received from Paris, informed the consignees of the Florida that they heay for the departure of the vessel has arises in consequence of a claim put in by a shipowner of Brest for £4,000 as indemnity for the seizure of one of his vessels by the Florida. M. Menier, the sh to go out of her course to carry them to Acapnico. On the authority of a private dispatch from Brest, the Paris papers of yesterday say that M. Menier presented his claims before the tribunal at thce, a provisional embargo has been laid on the Florida. The Confederate cruiser Florida, at Brest, has just been informed of the decision come to by the Government respecting her. Her commander