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Running the blockade.

--The Savannah Morning News publishes the following special telegram:


Fernandina, Feb. 2.
We learn here from a reliable source, that the schooner Margaret, Capt Fraser, has run the blockade, and is now safe in a Confederate port. She brings a cargo of salt pork, Irish potatoes, &c.

The schooner Garibaldi, Capt. Canova, has also arrived safe in a Confederate port from Nassau.

Capt.Fraser, of the Margaret, reports that on the morning he left Nassau, the 28th Jan, the Confederate steamer Carolina came into Nassau with the Confederate flag flying, and dropped anchor alongside of a Federal man of war, and that the inhabitants of Nassau struck up "Dixie Land"

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