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The cruise of the Tallahassee.

We shall publish, on Monday, the first of a series of sketches descriptive of the cruise of the Confederate steamer Tallahassee, from the pen of "Bohemian," whose letters lent such a charm to the columns of the Dispatch at an earlier period of the war. The writer was one of the ship's company during the cruise, and kept a diary of all her movements and exploits. The people of the South have heretofore had only the Yankee side of the story, and we feel assured that they will be interested in the perusal of a truthful narrative from a Southern source.

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