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Seizure of a Southern vessel.

--The Baltimore Sun, of Friday last, says:

‘ The United States Marshal has seized the schooner N. M. Tanner, lying at the foot of Gay street, as the property of citizens of the Confederate States. The cargo, consisting of oranges and cocoa-nuts, valued at several thousand dollars, was not seized, it being owned by parties in this city. Legal proceedings will be had in the United States Courts to confiscate the vessel under a proclamation of the President of the United States. The N. M. Tanner, Palty, arrived at this port on Wednesday, from Dominica.

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