pporter of the Government, had been speaking in defence of the Federals.
It was reported that the British Admiral had ordered the Kearsage from Queenstown.
It was believed she was shipping men, ostensibly as stokers, but it was supposed for more active service.
She sailed on the 5th, and during such had weather that it was inferred her departure was insisted upon.
The American ships John Watt and Bold Hunter had been captured by the rebel privateer Georgia.
A dispatch from Falmouth, England, of the 7th inst., says: The John Watt, was probably bonded by the Georgia.
The Georgia had boarded over ninety vessels before she arrived at Cherbourg so it was expected that some heavy losses to American shipowner would be reported.
The United States steamer Vanderbilt was at the Mauritius when last heard from, probably in search of the privateer Alabama.
Two very large and powerful steamers, destined to run the American blockade, put into Cork harbor during the recent gal