The steamer Bermuda.
--So much has been said about this vessel, which arrived at Savannah
a short time ago, both by the Northern
and Southern press, that a description would not now be inappropriate:
She has the rig of a full-rigged brig, and coming into port under sail, with a light head of steam, and her smoke stack down, her appearance, at a short distance, indicated nothing more than an ordinary brig.
She has no sign of port-holes from the outside, and the only indication on the decks that she is designed for a war vessel, is the presence of four ring-bolts firmly fixed in the decks.
She is designed to carry four guns on deck, and although there are no gun-carriages to be seen, yet there are four ten-inch rifle cannon slung in a way that they could be brought into action, had there been occasion, on very short notice.
Her bulwarks, instead of being solid, as usual, were constructed of fancy wire netting.
She presents a beautiful appearance externally, and when she is fully fitted for action she will, no doubt, prove an ugly customer for the enemy to cope with.