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The blockade running business at Nassau. A letter from Nassau, March 13th, gives an interesting account of affairs at that once famous blockade-running port. It says that, by the customs received from blockade-runners, the colony has paid off its debts and has $150,000 in gold to its credit in bank. It adds: The sudden check to business operations by the cessation of blockade running has thrown several hundreds of men, firemen, stokers, etc., connected with the steamers, out of emp, into Long Cay--one of the Bahamas — and her cargo sold. Lock was arrested for this breach of the laws of neutrality upon British soil, and held to bail in the enormous sum of £100. Of course he accepted the invitation thus given him to walk off, and disappeared. A short time since, the attention of the authorities was drawn to the fact that he had again turned up at Nassau, and he was arrested, and his bail fixed at £1,000. Having been unable to give this bail, he is now in durance vil