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l harmlessly at our feet. It still continues quiet in front, except a few occasional shots exchanged between the pickets. Every night or two a Union man or a Florida deserter fires upon our videttes, wounding one occasionally. In the late skirmish there were about five hundred men engaged on either side. The enemy acknowledge a loss of seven killed and fifty wounded. On our side I could hear of but two wounded, and they are now doing well. The second squadron was sent to the mouth of Black Creek, Doctor's Lake, to drive in some Yankee Pickets, who were occupying one of our posts. They have returned, having accomplished their purpose. We have various reports from the enemy's deserters, who are coming in every day or two, as to the strength of the Yankee army at Jacksonville. A deserter who came in the other day reports that all of their troops will leave Jacksonville for Virginia, and that negro troops will garrison that place. From other sources this report is believed t