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The fight at New Smyrna, Fla. --A correspondent of the Floridian and Journal gives an account of the recent brush at New Smyrna, in which two Federal navy officers, Captain Mather and Lieut. Budd, with a considerable number of man, were killed. The bodies of the two officers, as our readers are aware, arrived at Washington, D. C., a few days ago. It appears that six Yankee launches with eight or ten men in each, went up the river either on a stealing expedition or in search of Union sentbes the result. The first boat fell an easy prey, coming incautiously up to the landing, a volley of Enfield halls soon silenced the party. Somebody was hurt this time, and the commanding officers of each of the steamers, Capt Mather and Lieut. Budd, were each found pierced by half a dozen balls a piece, each of which alone would have been fatal. Three wounded prisoners fell into our hands, who seemed afraid that the "rebels" would have no mercy, and they evince the greatest surprise and