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that the British Government refuses to grant clearances from English ports to vessels having aboard arms for the United States, and that shippers hereafter will be compelled to send in vessels from Continental ports. Interview between Governor Pierpont and President Lincoln. Washington, Nov. 22. --Governor Pierpont, of Western Virginia, has had an interview to-day with the President, Secretary of War, and General McClellan. As the result, it can be stated that a plan has been detGovernor Pierpont, of Western Virginia, has had an interview to-day with the President, Secretary of War, and General McClellan. As the result, it can be stated that a plan has been determined upon by which the Baltimore and Ohio railroad will be re-opened. Interesting from the Hanawha — particulars of the fight at M'Coy's Mills — the fall of Col. Croghan. A correspondent of the Cincinnati Gazette, writing from Fayette county Court-House, Va., Nov. 15, gives some particulars of the late fight at McCoy's Mills, between the Federal forces, under Gen. Benham, and a portion of the Confederates, under Gen. Floyd. We quote as follows: Our skirmishers, under the comma