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in search of African slaves. The difficulty was only got over by the mutual abandonment of the right of search in respect of merchant ships of either country.--The Gazette reminds the Federal Government that it is pursuing a course full of danger, and hopes that moderate counsels will prevent a collision with this (England) country. War risks on vessels from England to New York.[from the Dublin Freeman, Nov. 29.] At Lloyd's, Liverpool, yesterday, in consequence of the news by the La Plata, war risks of five guineas were demanded on vessels from New York. The steamer Bermuda at Havre — the English flag used to cover her cotton cargo.[from Gallignanl's Messenger, Nov. 28.] The steamer Bermuda, which forced the blockade of Savannah with two thousand bales of cotton on board, bound for Liverpool, entered the port of Havre the day before yesterday, under the English flag. It is not yet decided whether the cargo is to be sold at Havre or not, the Captain awaiting orders f
n hand, added to the crop your planters will soon put in the ground, even if only port of a crop, will swell the quantity to be thrown on our markets, and produce very low prices. Our people almost universally sympathize with your Confederacy. We all believe that you cannot be conquered, if you are united and determined. Our Government no doubt entertains the same view, but appears resolved to act the part of neutrals, and thus leave you to fight it out. Mason and Slidell arrived on the La Plata. All England and France are indignant at the cowardly act of blockading Charleston with a stone fleet. You have a glorious future before you. If your people are true to themselves, you will be triumphant and command the acknowledgment of all nations." Spirit of the Nashville ladies. The Knoxville Register procures the following from a reliable source: When Gen. McCook, of the Lincoln army, arrived in Nashville, he sent up his card with the request that he might renew his fo
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