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The career of the Confederate Cruiser Stonewall. By Captain Thomas J. Page, C. S. N. [The history of the Confederate vessels which, despite great obstacles, made themselves the terror and the scourge of the merchant marine of the United States, and forced her powerful navy to treat them with respect, would form a most interesting chapter in the true story of our great struggle. The career of the Stonewall was a glorious one, and our readers will thank us for the interesting narrative o
as no man-of-war was seen throughout the entire passage to Havana, although the conclusion was inevitable that she must call either at Bermuda or Nassau to replenish her bunkers.
That her departure from Lisbon was speedily made known in the United States cannot admit of a doubt.
Her arrival at Ferrol had been made the subject of diplomatic correspondence with the Government at Madrid, and before her departure from Lisbon she was honored with a visit from a gentleman attached to the American