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ernment of my crew. every reason to be satisfied with my the enemy. I believe I have rendered service to my country as I could possibly in any other direction, and the world enough to talk of me and in a friendly and to put a higher estimate upon my labors think they deserve. If I estimate them by which the Yankees bear upon me, they very great. you an idea of the enthusiasm which Alabama creates everywhere, particularly Englishmen, I enclose you a slip from a published at Cape Town giving a account of our arrival here the other day out excellent President Davis never had than I had in my cabin, from in the morning to three in the after . The ship was packed from stem there was a constant jam in my cabin women — officers and officers' wives, lawyers and their wives and daughters, and Harry besides, all pressing shake hands with me, and to beg my . Was not that a predicament for a to be placed in? Indeed, they nearly will demonstrations of kindness..--