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deral Government has done everything in its power to shut the door which, with the view of sparing it humiliation, Lord Russell in his subsequent dispatch was desirous to leave open. The blockade of the Nashville.[from the London post (Government organ) Jan. 13. The Nashville imprudently remains too long, the intelligence that she is refitting from stem to stern flies to America, and, quick as lightning, out comes the Tuscarora to make up for the short-comings of the less vigilant James Adger. The Tuscarora catches the Nashville napping. If the Southern Captain had exercised ordinary foresight, he would have been under weigh within the time at which it would have been possible for the Federal Government to have sent here another ship, after the news of his arrival at Southampton had reached Washington. The Nashville carries, we believe, but two guns, and the Tuscarora nine. The Yankee Captain accordingly anchors in Southampton waters. In this state of things the Nashv