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There is a rumor that Gen. Finnegan has captured the enemy in Florida.
Gen. Lee says his army iet the enemy at last, and gained a brilliant success-and so has Gen. Finnegan.
But the correspondence between the President and Gen. Johnstopatch. Charleston, February 11th, 1864. To Gen. S. Cooper.
Gen Finnegan has repulsed the enemy's force at Lake Citydetails not known.
patch. Charleston, February 11th-11 A. M. To Gen. S. Cooper.
Gen. Finnegan's success yesterday was very creditable-the enemy's force beingof the escaped Federal officers.
Nothing more from Gens. Wise and Finnegan.
The enemy have retreated again on the Peninsula.
It is said Meay will never get back.
And a dispatch from Beauregard confirms Finnegan's victory in Florida.
He captured all the enemy's artillery, storry 23d-2.15 P. M. To Gen. S. Cooper.
The latest reports from Gen. Finnegan give no particulars of the victory at Occum Pond, except that h