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The Confederate and U. S. naval officers at Brest treat each other with "dignified politeness." The crews of the Florida and Kearsage, however, have bloody fights whenever they meet.

The C. S. steamer Alabama was reported to be off Cardenas, Cuba, with another commander, Capt. Semmes having been appointed to another ship.

Among late arrivals reported at Nassau were Messrs. Richardson and Joyce, lately editors of the Baltimore Republican, expelled by Lincoln.

Mrs. Trolloppe, the English authoress, is dead.

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