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June 18, 1861

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THE HOISTING OF THE REBEL FLAG IN LIVERPOOL.

A good deal of excitement was created in Liverpool on the 24th inst., by the appearance of a Secession flag at the Victoria wharf. The vessel which has acquired such an unenviable notoriety is the Annapolis, Capt. Pickett, from Baltimore. We understand, by private advice from our agent, that the American shippers at Liverpool were so incensed at the gratuitous insult offered to their country by the piratical skipper, that nothing but the utmost respect for law and order prevented them from hauling down his colors without leave or license.[London American]

 

[Transcribed by Sharon Strout]

 

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