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(Written for the Richmond Dispatch.)the cruise of the "Tallahassee." [Concluded.] Thursday, 13th. --Morning came in cold and wet — the dense fog that hu days back the Yankee papers have been filled with the doings of the pirate "Tallahassee," and a large number of small boats soon surrounded the ship, filled with cuis demand was laughed at; but still affairs began to look serious. The "Tallahassee" was on the Dartmouth side of the river taking in coal from a brig, and near were badly sprung, and leak like a sieve. The sea was very rough, and the "Tallahassee," rolling in approved screw-steamer style, made it very disagreeable to all kee commander has sent in his report, in which he claims to have chased the "Tallahassee" into Wilmington, engaging her at the time. This is utterly untrue — but wh number. Let them go. Thirty-five vessels in all were captured by the "Tallahassee," some of them large and fine ships and barques; the others, coasting vessel