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, the Florida captured the brig Clarence, off the coast of Brazil. After putting some light guns on board, and a few men, Mng and outrage. Collins refers to the previous conduct of Brazil by way of justification. He says in his report: I thoughts usual time for remaining in one locality—on the coast of Brazil, stopping for a fortnight at Bahia. Ten prizes were addede calculation by again coming into port, after a cruise to Brazil, and the colonial governor proceeded to detain her, in accransfers. The Tuscaloosa was then ordered to the coast of Brazil. After cruising for two weeks off the Cape, Semmes put ino some other locality, you will proceed along the coast of Brazil to Fernando de Noronha, and Rio de Janeiro, making inquiry go on her cruise. She proceeded directly to the coast of Brazil. But it was now too late: the bird had flown. The Alabamied this belt. Next she passed two months on the coast of Brazil. Thence she went to the Cape, near which the whole commer