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g account of a visit to the C. S. steamer Florida, now lying at Brest, France. We make some extracts from the letter which will be found to thirteen officers. Four fine fellows are from the neighborhood of Brest. Capt. Maffit says that he has hardly ever taken a prize but what ut we could not do that. I brought him and twenty-four men here to Brest, and sent them to the English Consul. If the pilot has any just cliness is to take care of the ship." When the Florida came into Brest she had been at sea for eight months without spending more than four entire days in port. Before entering the port of Brest she had not been more than twenty-four hours in any one port, although she visited and one officer (who was accidentally drowned.) They have come into Brest to repair the engines, which are some what out of order, the shaft ked Captain Maffit whether he expected to be interrupted on leaving Brest, pointing at the same time to the Goulet — the narrow passage which