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The Daily Dispatch: December 4, 1862., [Electronic resource], The Confederate privateers — another iron-clad at Sea. (search)
federate steamer Alabama. Ship agents write to their correspondents here that it is next to impossible to procure freight for American bottoms and that until the Alabama is swept from the seas our vessels might as well stay on this side. nobody there being disposed to charter them, except at a ruinous premium. This is bad enough, but there is something worse to come. News had been received in Liverpool, on the 3d, that another pirate had made her appearance. The Danish ship Jupitef, Captain Rickners, from New York for Antworp at Plymouth, reported 14th October, in lat 41 N, lon 58.30 west of Greenwich, found herself in company of a steamer under sail; shortly afterwards shot and raised the rebel flag. Thereupon the Jupiter have to, and the Jupiter passed round her stern. The Jupiter raised the Danish colors, on perceiving which a voice called from the steamer, "You can go!"--The steamer then went across the bow of the J. and have to, waiting for another vessel astern. The rebe