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he greatest damage done was to one of their ships, which ventured too near one of our batteries. But the meanest and most contemptible act of theirs was the execution of the threat made some time ago by that prince of hardened scoundrels, Harvey Brown, that he would not respect hospitals. One shot was so well aimed at that building that it went through it, but did no damage. The baseness of this act places this blackguard below the lowest cut throat and vagabond pickpocket of New York. The worst incendiary, the meanest highway robber, or the lowest pirate, could scarcely hold a heart callous enough to commit that act. But Harvey Brown, an officer of the United States Government, can, and has descended so low into the depths of fifth and infamy as to perpetrate this most disgraceful and cowardly act. No one, except he be a brute with the blackest heart could do such thing, and no man with a manly feeling can find one spark of liberality to excuse him for committing such a dish a
Affairs at Pensacola. An official dispatch received Tuesday night from General Bragg, says that everything is quiet about Pensacola, and that the Federal fleet keep at a safe distance from his guns — He is fully prepared for a renewal of the light. We have every confidence that Bragg will give Harvey Brown and his ruffians "more grape" than they can comfortably digest.