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the arrival of the Kearsage off the port, Captain Winslow received from Mr. Liala, the consular agehest" To this boasting irony of course Capt Winslow made no reply, but prepared his ship for thion about a violation of neutral territory Capt. Winslow, immediately upon discovering the Alabama,sage, afterwards passing under her stern. Capt. Winslow hauled her, and asked her assistance in re It is doubtful whether the action of Capt. Winslow, in paroling the prisoners, will meet withto the instructions of Mr. Dayton, to whom Capt. Winslow applied as to whether or not he should parre I left Paris that he had telegraphed to Capt. Winslow that the St. Louis would arrive at Cherbouake most of the prisoners on board. That Captain Winslow believed he was acting for the best of coare walking about the streets. I met Captain Winslow last evening in company with the surgeon e officers are of course in high spirits. Capt. Winslow is evidently as modest as he is brave and [7 more...]