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Disloyalty in England Outrages on the United States. The Liverpool correspondent of the New York Post, writing on the 13th announces the completion of the "Virginia," a new ship for the "rebels, " and howls loudly over the conduct of the British Government. He says Wm C. Miller, the chief surveyor of British shipping, does not hesitate to avow his sympathies with the Confederates. We make an extract from the letter: On the corner of the elegant open square formed by the Town Hall
Twenty-seven of the men refused to sign the articles, and were taken back to England by the Atar, while those who consented to serve received £10 bounty and £1 a month extra wages.
The articles were for three years or during the war with the United States.
The crew were provided with a sort of blue uniform.
Mr. Underwood, our Consul at Glasgow, had notified Mr Adams of his suspicious in regard to the Japan or Virginia, but the British Government refused to take any measure to stop her wi