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e great thickness of the plates which were being used. At the very last moment the Federal authorities seem to have had their suspicion aroused, for the Tuscarora was dispatched to keep watch in the neighborhood of the dock where she lay, and the southern coast of Ireland was also strictly watched. "No. 290," meanwhile, apprised of all that was going on, dropped down the river quietly one day, and steamed out into the bay, nominally for her trial trip — with a party of ladies and musicians on board. Instead, however, of returning to moorings at Birkenhead, where she would have been kept endurance vile by the Tuscarora, she quietly landed her passengers, avoiding Cork, Waterford, &c., in the neighborhood of which she might have heard of something not at all to her advantage. "No. 290" steamed round by Londonderry and Donegal, and was jointed off the west coast of Ireland by the steamer which had previously sailed, having on board the armament intended for the "Ironsides."