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icum of his dues in being assigned to the care of his congeners in Dixie — a commutation of that sentence which should have sent him a felon to Dry Tortugas."
A dispatch from New York, dated the 14th has the following news about the "pirate"Alabama:
The ship Antelope, from Calcutta, reports as follows: April 23d, in lat. 2 N., long, 29:31 W., spoke the British ship Victory, the captain of which reported that on the 10th of April, ten miles south of the equator, in long 29:40, at 8 A. oard his vessel, which then steamed towards the ship.
It was calm all day, and at 7 o'clock they saw the ship on fire.
The steamer was bark rigged, and mounted seven guns.
She had a shield figure head, and was, undoubtedly, the British pirate Alabama.
News from the Army of the Potomac represents everything as quiet.
The troops are resting and preparing themselves for another encounter with the enemy.
All accounts indicate that the morale of the several corps is excellent, and that the