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Richmond, May 1.--The Earl of Dunmore, who ran the blockade in the steamer Nashville, on her last inward trip, arrived in this city on Tuesday, and is stopping at the Exchange Hotel. The Earl will spend a few days in Richmond, and then leave for Canada, via Norfolk and Fortress Monroe. He says the Nashville brought twenty tons of powder, seven thousand Enfield rifles, and a great number of blankets and shoes.--Richmond Examiner, May 1.

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