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about four miles off, sailing under the Stars and Stripes; but Captain Jones soon discovered that the build and rigging were English, and, s quieted a few of them, although there were yet some skeptics. Captain Jones was next ordered to go aboard the Alabama, and on his return towo of the broadside guns from side to side with great rapidity. Capt. Jones further says that the Alabama has a fine crew, and that they aref the Alabama is correct, as before published in the Herald. Capt Jones says the only ship that Semmes fears is the Vanderbilt. He made e of her steam valves, so as to temporarily disable the engine. Capt. Jones was informed by Capt. Semmes that his passengers would be landed a few note, and is at a great distance from supplies. To this Captain Jones earnestly remonstrated, stating that eight hundred and fifty pe reason the specie to come by the Ariel was left at Aspinwall as Capt. Jones did not think it prudent to bring it. The Outrages in Frede