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g copy of despatch no. 302 of the United States Consul at Liverpool. Department of State, Washington, July 6, 1864. swith, a despatch, No. 302, of the United States Consul at Liverpool, announcing the destruction of the pirate Alabama by the s, Secretary of the Navy. Despatch of U. S. Consul at Liverpool. No. 302.] United States Consulate, Liverpool, July 2Liverpool, July 21, 1864. sir: The pirate Alabama has at last met the fate she deserves. She was sunk by the United States steamer Kearsarg last, after a fight of one hour. We only have, here at Liverpool, the confederate account of the action. I send you slips cut from the London Times, Liverpool Courier, Daily Post, and Mercury of to-day, giving all that is known about it. . . . service, or be less decisive than the last Sunday's. Liverpool courier account. When the meagre telegrams from Cherbo rumor without the slightest foundation in fact. Indeed, Liverpool people were very reluctant to give credence to the report