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Jeff. Davis's agents at Havana made the most of the Phelps (Ship Island) proclamation, to create the impression with the Spaniards that if the “Federals” subjugate the “Southern Confederacy,” Mr. Lincoln would turn his army and navy against “slavery” and the “Roman Catholic religion” in the island of Cuba.

Boston Traveller, January 4.

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