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The steamer Bermuda

--The matter of the prize steamer Bermuda was before the Federal Court in Philadelphia last week. The Bermuda was captured by the Yankee cruisers seven miles from Nassau, and it is alleged on behalf of her owners that she was going into that port. Her cargo was made up of fire-arms and munitions of war, and some of the kegs of powder were labelled, ‘"A present from Jeff. Davis to President Lincoln."’ This is the representation of the Northern newspapers.

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