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ations;" and "let him go North; my business is down South." The capture of the Florida. The following account of the seizure of the Florida in the port of Bahia is taken from a Brazilian journal. It appears the Florida had run under the guns of a fort for protection: The vessel was seized by the Wachusett, and the repurse; that the port was free to all vessels, and that the capture of such vessels should be made out side. The seizure caused great excitement among the people of Bahia. The American consul, Mr. Wilson, hearing of the action of the President of the Province, sent to the representative of the Brazilian Government in order to proteived at Fortress Monroe on Friday last with the captured rebel privateer Florida in tow. The Wachusett brought as passenger Mr. Thomas Wilson, the Yankee Consul at Bahia, Brazil. The draft was to be resumed in Washington on Tuesday for three hundred and fifty men, to fill the deficiency in the quota of that city. A meetin
urope. The latest European dates are to the 4th instant, five days later than previous advices. The English press on the capture of the Florida. The Inder, the Confederate organ in London, gives the following relative to the capture of the steamer Florida: The Confederate authorities in London have received a telegraphic dispatch, dated Lisbon, from Captain Morris, commander of the Florida, stating that she was captured on the by the Federal steamer Wachusett in the harbor of Bahia, Brazil. At the time of the capture, the Florida was lying under the guns of the Brazilian forts and the Brazilian fleet, and Captain Morris was on shore. He is now on board the steamer Magdalena, bound for Southampton. The London Herald editorially denounces the capture of the Florida in the most indignant terms. The London Times says: "The capture of the Confederate steamer Florida in the harbor of a friendly State was an act of simple piracy. When within a neutral port she shou