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From Pensacola.further particulars of the fight on Santa Rosa Island. Mobile Oct. 11. --A special dispatch to the Mobile advertiser and Register, of yesterday's date at Pensacola, states that five companies of Mississippians were engaged in the fight on Santa Rosa Island on Wednesday night, under the command of Col. Chalmers, with Captains Benton, McGowen, Peak, and Miller, and Lieutenants Watson, Myckle, Johnson, McGowen, Banks, and Smith. The casualties were three killed, among whom is private W. E. Welbur. Among the wounded are Capt. Benton and privates Stillman and Davis. The Georgia troops suffered severely. Col. Brown treats the wounded prisoners kindly. Latest Intelligence.--The Federals have 22 of our men prisoners, including the wounded. Lieut. Layne is in the enemy's hospital doing tolerably well, and it is hoped that his leg will be saved. Col. Brown, of Fort Pickens, will not respect our hospital, and Dr. Ford will not remove the sick un
Firing on the Potomac — Burning of a Confederate boat, &c. Fredericksburg Oct. 11. --There was firing up the Potomac this morning at 3 o'clock and again at 9 o'clock. The first was caused by our batteries opening on a Federal tug-boat, which, under cover of darkness, burnt a Confederate boat. The damage to the tug is unknown. The firing at 9 o'clock this forenoon is unexplained. Each firing lasted about 30 minutes. There was evidently no general engagement.
Charged with mutiny — sequestration. Charleston Oct. 11. --On yesterday the Grand Jury of the Confederate Court, in the prosecution of Sandrew and others, charged with mutiny on board the privateer Jeff. Davis, found a true bill against Sandrew.--The others have been retained as witnesses. The trial will take place on next Wednesday. The first case under the Sequestration law was tried to-day. The jury returned a verdict against Joseph S. Terry, of New York, as this is the case referred to.
Arrival of Col. Gardner. Augusta, Ga. Oct. 11. --Col. Montgomery Gardner, of the 8th Georgia regiment, who was so dreadfully wounded at the battle of Manassa Plains, on the 21st of July, reached here on yesterday in an ambulance car. He stood the trip remarkably well, and is now quite comfortable.
Cotton States Convention. Macon, Ga. Oct. 11. --All the Cotton States will be represented fully at the Convention, which will meet here on 14th inst. There will be over 400 delegates present.