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ch man of war, which would allow no shots to be on account of the possible damage that might be done to the town. They say also that the pirate was furnished with a pilot by the French authorities, and the vessel was supposed to have been piloted out by a channel unknown to the San Jacinto, during the night of the 18th November. It is not worth while to conceal the fact that a whole fleet of steamers are after the Alabama — The Vanderbilt sailed yesterday from the Lights direct to Fayal, and runs a fair chance of falling in with the pirate on the way. is supposed to meet there two U. S. steamers, detached from a foreign squadron, and the three will then take a foreign cruise. At the Brooklyn Navy-Yard there are two splendid regular navy steam frigates and one ten knot steamer, all of which will be off in a few days. At Boston, another fine steamer is ready to leave. One left Philadelphia on Thursday, and another started from Portsmouth, N. H, on Monday, and five have ta