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een 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.Southampton waters. In this state of things the Nashville has three courses before her. She might endeavor to escape the Tuscarora in the dead of night, or she might wait until the expected Sumter move in sight, and then boldly steam out, in defiance of the Tuscarora; or, thirdly, she must lay her account with being blockaded during the remainde Federal mercantile vessels which she had sunk. It is stated, perhaps without sufficient authority, that she has again left Cadiz, and may daily be expected at Southampton. She is said to carry twelve guns and a complement of 140 men. Possibly, on her first appearance in the offing, the Nashville will steam out of dock; and the T