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The late naval Exploit.Additional Particulars. New Orleans, Oct. 14. --The expedition under Commander Hollins consisted of the Manassas, the iron-clad marine battering ram, with one -pounder Dahlgren gun; the steamer Calhoun, (the flag-ship,) with one 4-pounder and two 18-pounder Dahlgren guns; the steamer Ivey, with one eight-inch 32-pounder, rifled; the steamer Jackson, with two eight-inch columbiads; the steamer McRae, with a 64-pounder mounted on a pivot four eight-inch colu. Toone, loaded with coal, and which had been deserted during the night. A large quantity of lumber, which had been intended for the construction of a fortification at the head of the Passes, was burned. [second Dispatch.] New Orleans, Oct. 14. --The prizes captured were the Joseph H. Toone, and launch belonging to the Federal steamer Richmond, which latter was laden with cutlasses. The vessel sunk was not the Preble, but the Vincennes. Three vessels of our expedition a
Affairs at Pensacola. Augusta, Ga., Oct. 14. --The Pensacola Observer, just received, contains the correspondence between Col. Brown, in command at Fort Pickens, and Gen. Bragg, commander of the Confederate forces at Pensacola, relative to the hospital at the Navy-Yard. Col. Brown says he notices a large yellow flag on the building in the line of his batteries, and says it may be used as a protection for the Confederate troops, and gives notice to Gen. Bragg to have all the women, children, and sick removed. Gen. Bragg replies that the building now used as a hospital has always been used as such, and he intends to continue to use it for that purpose. He will respect Col. Brown's hospital, even though the Federal guns are directed to the destruction of the Confederate hospital. Gen. Bragg says he will hold Col. Brown responsible before the world for any injury to his hospital. The fleet off Santa Rosa consists of three frigates and a small steamer.
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Army supplies from England. Augusta, Ga., Oct. 14. --The Savannah Republican, of this morning, says it has good authority for stating that a British vessel has very recently reached a port in the Confederate States with a valuable cargo, and chiefly of army supplies.
Southern Commercial Convention. Macon, Oct. 14. --The Commercial Convention meets to-day. A considerable number of delegates have arrived.