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Running the blockade --Arrival of a Splendid Steamship.--The British steamship Memphis, Captain Cruikshank, from Liverpool, via Nassau, arrived at Charleston on Monday last. She has on board a most valuable cargo of British goods, such as we stand much in need of at the present juncture. Passengers by the Memphis report that the British Government has made a peremptory demand upon the Yankee authorities for the surrender of the British steamer Bermuda, captured as a prize some time ago. The Charleston Mercury says: The Memphis had the misfortune, while coming into port on Monday, to get ashore on the beach of Sullivan's Island, where she remained several hours, but was finally towed off by the steamers Marion and Etiwan. When she first got aground she was approached by one of the blockaders, which fired a number of shells, most of which struck on Sullivan's Island, but none of them hit the ship. The Yankee gunboat was finally driven off by a riffed gun on Fort Beauregar