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tion of other vessels, ostensibly for the Emperor of China, but really for the Confederates.--We quote: Ors are in course of construction for the "Emperor of China." Their burden is about 2,200 tons. They are of thether steam ram is building, also "for the Emperor of China." He's length is about 150 feet, by twenty-eight fee screw steamer is building there "for the Emperor of China." Messrs. Fraser, Trenholm & Co., of Liverpool,e a powerful iron-clad steam ram "for the Emperor of China," to be ready for sea on the 9th of April next. Sh employed between Nassau and Charleston. The term "Chinese" is in general use in the building yards of the Clyy to designate the Confederates, and the "Emperor of China" has no other signification in this connection than tages of completeness, might be enumerated in this "Chinese"category. The 7th section of the 59th George III.,tion into the nature of these transactions for the "Chinese?" The writer then proceeds to show that power