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Nassau, N. P.Wreck of a steamer. New York, April 24. --The schooner Evelina from Nassau, N. P., arrived to-night, bringing passengers from the steamer Karnak, which vessel was lost in Nassau harbor on the 14th inst., by grounding in full sight of the wharf. The mails and passengers were saved, and also most of the cargo. The Evelina was chartered by the passengers, who could obtain no transportation through the agent of the Cunard line at Nassau. Among the passengers are Mr. Jewett, of Hartford, D. Nevins of Boston, and ten others. The rebel steamer Nashville, now called the Thos. L. Wragg, has returned to Nassau from an unsuccessful attempt to run the blockade at Charleston. She had one of her paddle boxes badly injured, which was supposed to have been from the effects of a cannon ball. She has a full cargo of ammunition and guns brought by the Gladiator from England. The steamer Ella Warley, with potash and saltpetre, was soon to sail for some Southern