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The Confederate war vessels. Movements of the Alabama — the Rappahannock — account of the Confederate fleet. A letter from Cape Town, Cape of Good Hope, says that the Yankee ship Sea Bride, captured by the Alabama, had been sold to a merchant at Manritius. That part of her cargo which had been landed at Cape Town was being sued for by the Yankee Consul there. A letter from that place, dated December the 19th, says: The Mohican arrived here on the 11th inst, and saileCape Town was being sued for by the Yankee Consul there. A letter from that place, dated December the 19th, says: The Mohican arrived here on the 11th inst, and sailed again on the 18th. While she was here the news arrived that the Alabama was at Anjier, October 26, and had burned a fine barque near that place on the 6th November. Her rendezvous and coaling-station was at Christmas Island, near the Straits of Sunda. The Governor sent for Mr. Anderson, of the firm of Anderson, Saxon & Co., a few days ago, to see if he had no demands to make for redress for the coal taken by the Vanderbilt at Penguin Island; but he answered no, and said that his bill had be