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from Nassau — the harbor full of blockade runners — the Yankee Fleet Inoperative at Wilmington. The British steamship Corsica arrived at New York Friday, from Havana 16th, Via Nassau, 18th. By this arrival we learn from the Nassau Guardian that the steamers Alice, Wild Dayrell, Hercine, Pet, and Despatch--the latter commandedcargoes of cotton. From one of the officers of these vessels I ascertained that the crews were not permitted to go ashore, as several of them had deserted at Havana. I was also informed by him that Wilmington was full of Southerners, who had sold all their property at a great sacrifice in order to leave the Confederacy by the steamers which were regularly advertised to leave that port for Nassau and Havana. I can state from my personal observation that vessels are constantly arriving here, ostensibly from New York, with cargoes which are immediately reshipped on notorious blockade runners. How these vessels escaped custom-house surveillance is