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he Nashville and Tuscarora. Great interest has been excited relative to the movements of the Tuscarora and Nashville. At the latest dates they continued at Southampton, watching each other. The Tuscarora remained at the anchorage about a mile from the dock mouth, with her fires banked up and ready to slip her anchors and starnts. The Tuscarora was on the alert, with steam up. It was also reported that another Federal vessel was cruising in the channel, and might be expected at Southampton. The London Morning Herald is surprised that the Government has not given orders to the authorities at Southampton to warn the Tuscarora that she must eithSouthampton to warn the Tuscarora that she must either quit port at once or wait until twenty-four hours have elapsed after the departure of the Nashville. We should not, says the Herald, have allowed the Nashville to lie in wait in the month of the Mersey for American packets and merchantmen; therefore we cannot, without a gross violation of our duty as neutrals, allow the Tuscaro