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esieged by the troops of the State of Florida. In consequence of the weakness of the command, an entrance was gained. Mr. Powell, who has been in the service of the United States since 1840, and had command of the place, acted in a gallant manner. der myself a prisoner of war.--Take my sword, Capt. Jones!" Captain Jones, of the Young Guard, of Quincy, received Mr. Powell's sword, and then returned it to him, and addressed him as follows: "My dear sir, take your sword; you are too brave a man to disarm." The whole command then gave three cheers for the gallant Powell. Mr. Powell is now making arrangements to turn over to the Federal Government the funds and papers in his possession belonging to Uncle Sam Mr. Powell is an officer Mr. Powell is an officer of ability and experience. He has seen actual service in Mexico, and has received more than one wound while valiantly contending for the honor of the stars and stripes. "I will not Fire A Gun on my Countrymen." Com. Armstrong, who had com