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he Confederate steamer Stonewall Jackson The steamer Stonewall Jackson, Capt. Black, started for a Confederate port on the 24th ult., and returned to Nassau the he did not take his canvas off and that his course was in another direction Capt. Black jogged quickly along, but about half an hour the rose rapidly from the sealy with the glass he was discovered to be a steamed with large paddle boxes. Capt Black immediately altered his course south by east, keeping the Yankee parabola wits hopes, commenced to bang away with impotent fury. About 4½ o'clock P. M. Captain Black may be said to have non the race, his competitor being fairly distanced andonewall steamer back into Nassau. I am told by the passengers on board that Capt. Black disposed the most admirable coolness readiness and courage, during the long self-possession of the Captain and his staff of officers. On the other hand Capt Black speaks in the warmest terms of the conduct of his men. It is evident that it