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[The Confederate Ship Sophia]

The Illustrated London News, vol. 40, no. 1139, p. 365.

April 12, 1862

The Confederate ship Sophia, direct from Charleston, with a cargo of cotton, tobacco, and resin, arrived at Liverpool on Monday. The captain reports that when he left Charleston several other vessels were about to follow his example and run the blockade.

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