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cruiser which has been doing such good service among the Yankee shipping.
The captured steamer was some time ago dismantled and sold to a British merchant at Liverpool, was loaded with a British cargo, and put upon the line between Liverpool and Lisbon.--The "protest" entered by her captain against her seizure was, therefore, made in good faith, and may lead to trouble between the Yankee and British Governments.
The following are extracts from European papers concerning the affair:
[from td as a Confederate privateer.
She arrived at Liverpool a few months ago, and was publicly sold to Mr. Bates, of that port, for £15,000 or £16,000; was subsequently taken up by the Portuguese Government for the conveyance of mails from Liverpool, Lisbon, to the Azores and back; and it appears she was in transit to those ports when her capture was made, with her cargo.
The affair has caused much excitement in the North.
The Herald says of it:
The Georgia, when seized, was under the Br