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ort and sending an open bill of lading. Captain Wells' account of the manner in which Semmes disk were, at the command of Semmes, taken by Captain Wells on board the Alabama. There was no Americand looking at the seal, Semmes called upon Captain Wells, with an oath, to explain. It was evident, when he came on board my vessel, replied Captain Wells. Is he an Englishman—does he look likehe vessel of whatever he wanted, including Captain Wells' property to a considerable amount; put thst. Some interesting facts are given by Captain Wells in regard to the Alabama, to which, howeveer. It is scarcely necessary to say, that Captain Wells of the Lauretta, took a custom-house oath, the bark Lauretta, of which the veracious Captain Wells was master, and of which the reader has al as much dispatch as possible, and robbing Captain Wells, as he states—by which he means, probably,e was any of that discontent, spoken of by Captain Wells, it was not visible to the eyes of the off