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A bold adventure.--The Gulf correspondent of the N. Y. Evening Post gives the following description of the capture of the steamer Florida, near Apalachicola: Information came to our fleet that the rebel vessel Florida--one of those smart little steam craft which are so fond of running the blockade — was up the Apalachicoher crew in small boats. With muffled oars they proceeded swiftly up the stream, until, after running some two miles, they came in sight of the little town of Apalachicola, and the dark, black hull of the steamer lying near the wharf. Everything was quiet. Swiftly and surely, and so still that they could hear the night insects l fleet. She arrived out in safety with the Pursuit, and was sent to Key West as a Federal prize. There is reason to believe that the good cotton shippers of Apalachicola were both surprised and disgusted to find that their vessel and cargo had disappeared in a single night as mysteriously as Aladdin's palace. The Florida was