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A letter from Capt. Maffitt. Capt. Maffitt, of the Florida, at Brest, writes a letter to La Patrie, (Paris,) explaining the position of his ship according to international law. He says: Brest, Sept. 12, 1863. Sir: Your number of Brest, Sept. 12, 1863. Sir: Your number of the 10th inst. contains two errors, which I beg permission to rectify. It states: "Two incidents have just taken place in France and England which interest the American question. The first is the seizure at Brest, by a French ship-owner, of the CoBrest, by a French ship-owner, of the Confederate privateer Florida, who claims from her an indemnity of 100,000 francs for the loss of a vessel belonging to him, and which was sunk by the said privateer." On this first point I have the honor to assure you that, in spite of the thrusts of that assertion is false, and I refer you on that point to the letter published by M. Peequet du Beller, in the Ocean, of Brest, which contains a faithful relation of the incidents of the encounter which took place between the Florida and the French