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rn press, is the fact that the Confederate steamer Florida has succeeded in running the blockade from Mobile, and getting to sea. This is the same steamer which, our readers will recollect, was taken into Mobile so gallantly by her commander, Capt. Meffitt, running the gauntlet of the blockading fleet, without an armament, or any crew except landsmen, and whilst her commander was sick yellow fever. We take it for granted that the now has her full armament, and that Capt Meffitt, restored to hCapt Meffitt, restored to health, is still in command. Assuming these to be the facts, and bearing in mind the further fact that the Florida is one of the fastest and finest vessels that has ever been afloat, we congratulate the New York Board of Commerce on the bright prospect than is ahead for their merchantmen. Well may the New York Herald exclaim, that another scourge of the deep is let loose. We shall be greatly disappointed if Capt. Maffitt does not realize the worst apprehensions of the Yankees. He was one of t