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Exploits of the privateer Retribution.

Charleston, March 3.
--Nassau advices report the arrival there of the Confederate privateer Retribution. She had taken and burned the bark Mary Wright, of Portland, and brig Eric, of Camden, Maine; captured and sent to Confederate ports the brig Elliott, of Bucksport, Maine, and schooner Hanover, of Massachusetts; captured and run ashore, on the Bahamas, the brig Emily Fisher, taking the crew prisoners to Nassau.

The Elliott was subsequently recaptured by the Yankees at St. Thomas. The Retribution encountered an unknown whaler in the Caribbean Son, which showed fight, Eilling one of the Retribution's crew, when the whaler was sunk, with all on board, by the fire of the Retribution.

The crew of the Retribution are all well, and would soon finish repairs and resume her cruises.

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