hrough the Needles.
Notwithstanding the reported transfer of the steamer Nashville to English owners, she continues to fly the Rebel flag and pennant, and no sale of her has been recorded at the Admiralty.
It was, nevertheless, believed that she had become English property.
More Humiliation for the Yankees.
The official London Gazette contains further correspondence between Earl Russell and Lord Lyons.
On the 31st December, Lord Lyons encloses a copy of a note addressed by Mr. Se Ward to the Secretary of the Federal Navy, condemning in very strong terms the fact of a British schooner (the James Campbell) captured for breach of blockade, having been brought into New York with the British
has flying under that of the United States--Mr. Seward says!
"This not must have been occasioned by a misapprehension of his duty by the officer who ordered or allowed it."
Mr. Seward than requests the Secretary of the Navy to give such orders as may tend to prevent a