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Interesting from Nassau.

Charleston, June 26.
--The British war steamer Racer arrived off the bar this morning, and communicated with the British Consul. Nassau dates to the 18th have been received. The Bahama Herald says that on the 17th inst., the Orreto, said to be intended for a Confederate war steamer, while lying at Nassau awaiting her armament, was seized by order of the commander of the British steamer Greyhound, for some alleged breach of neutrality, and was sent in charge of British mariners to Halifax, to await the decision of Admiral Milne.

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