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l to the nearest port in their own country; no second supply is to be allowed to the same vessel in the same port within a period of three months. It is presumed that will stop the proceedings of the Tuscarora and Nashville at Southampton. It is rumored that, under a pressure from American shipmaster at Marseilles, the American Consul, at that port, had sent a request for the Tuscarora to go to the Mediterranean for protection of American-vessels against the Sumter, which continued at Gibraltar at the latest dates. There is no confirmation of her reported naval engagement with another vessel. It is believed that the rebel steamer Nashville has been ordered to quit Southampton. At the annual meeting of the Manchester Chamber of Commerce the American question claimed great attention. Strict neutrality as the policy of England was generally and strongly urged. A proposition that the Chamber should open a conference with the New York Chamber of Commerce in the interests'