described when speaking of the victory of the Alabama over the Hatteras.
Sherman made an attempto a short distance off the Cape, and that the Alabama, when she had completed her repairs, and was we had already received.
The news that the Alabama was coming into Table Bay, and would probablyhe States flying at her main.
What could the Alabama mean lying there—
As idly as a painted shnd no mistake. * * * On getting alongside the Alabama, we found about a dozen boats before us, and y rights I was pretending to exercise, in the Alabama, were those of a belligerent.
But the Consulthe look-out on Wednesday afternoon, when the Alabama and Sea-Bride were coming in. When I first saWednesday afternoon at two P. M., and saw the Alabama capture the American bark Sea-Bride, and I aga-Bride, Green Point lighthouse bore from the Alabama, south-east, about six or six and a half milehe capture, by the Confederate States steamer Alabama, of the bark Sea-Bride, I am directed by the