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[For the Future]

The Illustrated London News, vol. 45, no. 1278, p. 283.

September 17, 1864

For the future no ship belonging to either the Federal or the Confederate States of America will be permitted to enter a British port for the purpose of being dismantled or sold.

The owner of the Georgia has received a communication from the Foreign Office intimating that the case of the seizure of that vessel must go before the American prize-court, and that the owner must be prepared to defend his interests in that court.

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