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aid and fight to the death. Florida, though a young State, will do her share, and can bring into the field her quota of good marksmen. Picket firing. Between 6 and 7 o'clock Tuesday evening, a Yankee barge, containing some eight or ten men, was discovered by our pickets, in Augustine creek supposed to be taking soundings or reconnoitering. Two of the picke's fired at them, and one was seen to fall. The enemy returned the fire, but missed their mark.--They then hurried back. Capt. Rockwell's company, stationed at a battery near by, went to the assistance of the pickets on hearing the firing. About midnight, the Federals returned and commenced an attack. Firing was kept up on both sides for some time, but with no injury to our men. How the Yankees fared on this, their second. visit, could not be ascertained; but it is presumed they were satisfied to retrace their steps, without waiting to find out what success they met with. Skirmish at Brunswick, Ga. Col. Carey