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The Daily Dispatch: March 15, 1864., [Electronic resource], The Confederate Navy--Exploits of the Alabama. (search)
coast of India. This is the last positive information of her whereabouts, though it was generally supposed she would pursue her course up the coast and touch at Bombay, as the Times of India, (Bombay,) of January 23, speaks of it as not at all unlikely. That journal urged the people to "show no favor to the pirates." The PBombay,) of January 23, speaks of it as not at all unlikely. That journal urged the people to "show no favor to the pirates." The Privateer Tuscaloosa to be released. In the House of Commons, on the 25th of February, Mr. Peacocke asked her Majesty's Government on what grounds the Tuscaloosa had been seized at the Cape of Good Hope. Lord Palmerston--The Tuscaloosa was seized, in the first instance, in consequence of instructions sent out to the Cape, oosa. The Tuscaloosa —— a British ship Boarded The following account of the boarding of the British ship East, of Liverpool, on her passage from London to Bombay, by the Confederate cruiser Tuscaloosa, is extracted from a letter received from one of the officers of the ship: About noon on Friday, the 9th October, 1863