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ment210 The fire from this work completely covers the navy-yard, and in case the latter is held by the Federal authorities, it would not hold out long against Fort Pickens. The bar on the exterior of the Bay is three miles distant, and beyond that there are no facilities for a hostile fleet to lie in safety. All the forts in Pensacola Bay are ere this garrisoned by Alabama troops, who were invited there by the Governor of Florida. Fort Morae. This fortification is situated on Foster's Bank, and guards the west side of the mouth of Pensacola bay. It is a bastioned fort, built of brick masonry, with walls twelve feet in thickness. It is embrasure for two tiers of guns, under bombproof casemates, and has one tier en barbette. Its armament consists of 150 guns, and in time of war requires a garrison of 650 men. The work cost the Federal Government about $400,000. Its guns radiate at every point of the horizon. It is a very effective work. The full armament of the fort i
Burglary. --The grocery of J. B. Foster, on Cary street, was forcibly entered last Friday night, and robbed of a variety of articles, such as bacon, coffee, &c.