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s then assembled on the upper deck, said to Captain Moir that he came with orders to demand his pass-rooms, on the deck next below, followed by Captain Moir and by the other passengers. The lieutenanto leeward. We were now within hail, when Capt. Moir, commanding this ship, asked the American whines and hurried to the boat, calling out to Capt. Moir as he left that he held him and his Governmeir to go on board his ship, and a second for Capt. Moir to move the Trent closer to the San Jacinto. was so violent he was compelled to request Captain Moir to remove me from the deck --(oh! oh!)--ane single instance of a want of unity between Capt. Moir and myself--(bravo, and that's a refutation can bear testimony to the high character of Captain Moir--(cheers)--the most gallant sailor, the moscase in point. (Hear, hear.) It shows that Captain Moir had no right or power whatever to refuse thso violent that he was compelled to request Captain Moir to remove me. (Nonsense.) But when the mar[8 more...]