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The Lincoln blockade --Consular Visit.--The marine reporter of the Charleston Courier, under date of May 31, gives the following information: At present, there are two steamers off this bar — the Minnesota, Commodore Stringham, and another, name unknown, apparently a ship about 600 or 700 tons, and of light draft, as she appears to roll very much; she keeps very near the larger vessel, and could be captured by a couple of ordinary steamers well manned and armed. On Thursday, Mr
shed or relieved.
The Minnesota draws twenty-four feet aft and twenty-two feet forward, and is entirely unable to keep small vessels out, the steamer Gen.
Clinch, from Santee, having been chased by her yesterday, but the Clinch keeping in shoal water the frigate could not approach her.
A small British schooner now here is expected to sail to-day or to-morrow for the Bahamas, with a cargo, and we will be anxious to see if Commodore Stringham will stop her and send her back to port.