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[In Reply to the Complaints sent to the Foreign Office]

The Illustrated London News, vol.41, no.1177, p.606.

December 6, 1862

In reply to the complaints sent to the Foreign Office from Liverpool respecting the destruction of British property on board Federal vessels captured by the Confederate war-steamer Alabama, Earl Russell states that the owners of such property--not contraband of war, of course--must seek compensation in a Southern Prize Court.

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