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ndifferent whether the money she subscribes to the belligerent mendicant is expended in pirate ships or in support of African barracoon. The Herald is contest Jeff. Davis should swindle stupid Britishers, and regards it as one of the biggest things that the rebels have yet done not even excepting John B. Floyd's operations "When we get over our present little difficulties we can see what is the best way of trusting this last manifestation of British neutrality." Mrs. Femmes, wife of Capt. Semmes, of the Alabama, has been ordered, under Burnside's proclamation, to prepare to leave Cincinnati and cross into Dinis. The Herald proposes to use the "All for Ireland" fund in "bringing out the Irish poor to this country," and if any of the able bodied are disposed to fight they can get good bounties as substitutes, and food and clothing, and pay. The London Times's correspondent, writing from Vicksburg, says: "The only plan to take Vicksburg is to land in front and attempt to s