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ed much excitement in the former city. One of the vessels seized — the brig Wm. R. Kibbey--had gone to Savannah with coal, and was to load there for New Orleans. The New York owners, J. & N. Smith & Co., received a telegram Saturday morning which read, "Your brig is seized by order of the Governor." Shortly after, the agents of the bark Adjuster received this telegram: Savannah, Feb. 8, 1861. My vessel is seized by order of the Governor of Georgia, on account of arms detained in N. York. Chas. A. Enell. The Journal of Commerce says that later intelligence having announced that other vessels had also been seized, steps were at once taken in New York to obtain a release of all the arms detained by the Police, in order to remove, if possible, all cause of irritation. This having been done, Mr. Lamar telegraphed the fact to the Collector at Savannah, and it is understood that orders were given to surrender the vessels to their owners. A telegraphic dispatch from Sav
Seizure of New York vessels by the Governorof Georgia. Savannah,Feb. 9. --Gov Brown seized yesterday, at this port, five vessels, owned in New York--brigs W. R. Kerby and Golden Head, and barks D. Golden Morning, Adjuster, and schooner Julia A. Hallock. This is understood to be a retaliatory measure, on account of the seizure of arms and munitions intended for Georgia by the New York authorities. When the Georgia property seized by the N. York police is returned, the ships will be delivered to the citizens of New York who own them. The brig W. K. Kirby, bark Adjuster, brig Golden Head, schooner Julia A. Hallock, bark D. Golden Morning, were seized. Gov. Brown's order was executed by Col. Lawton's military. The order reads thus: "To Col. Lawton's--Order out a sufficient military force, and seize and hold, subject to my order, every ship in this harbor, (Savannah.) belonging to citizens of the State of New York. When the property of which our citizens have be