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[A Small, Wood-built Screw-steamer]

The Illustrated London News, vol. 42, no. 1198, p. 399.

April 11, 1863

A small, wood-built screw-steamer, believed to have been intended for the Confederate service, has been seized at Liverpool by order of the Government. She was built for Messrs. Fraser, Trenholm, and Co.

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