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An English Captain's opinion.

New York, Sept. 16.
--Captain Morris, of the Royal Navy, at Port Royal, says, we are ordered to observe strict neutrality, and if the privateer Sumter were to come in to-morrow she would receive the same attention paid to United States vessels.

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