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as they are returned to the city of Annapolis. Discontinuance of the blockade-running from Nassau. A correspondent in Nassau, N. P., writing on the 16th of February, furnishes an account of Nassau, N. P., writing on the 16th of February, furnishes an account of the last days of the blockade-running trade built up in the Bahamas since the commencement of the war. The steamers Fox (since captured) and Druid returned to Nassau from Charleston on the 6th and 9thNassau from Charleston on the 6th and 9th ultimas, and these were the last arrivals in the colony from the Confederacy. When the fall of Fort Fisher was announced, quite a fleet of blockade-runners started from Nassau for Charleston; buNassau for Charleston; but they soon returned, one by one, from profitless voyages. General Preston left Nassau for Charleston, but after a few days he was again at his quarters in the Royal Hotel. The colonial authNassau for Charleston, but after a few days he was again at his quarters in the Royal Hotel. The colonial authorities refused permission to the captain of the United States gunboat Honduras to anchor in port during the heavy swell at sea. The Expedition against Mobile. A telegram from New Orleans, da