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to the apprehensive souls of Butler's Yankees. Particulars of the Cedar Keys attack. From the Savannah papers we learn that in the Federal descent upon Cedar Keys, Fla, the enemy succeeded in taking nine prisoners, belonging to the Fourth Florida Regiment. Two companies of Florida troops stationed in the vicinity immediately went down to attack the enemy and prevent their further advance. The latest advices from Cedar Keys informs us that on Wednesday last, at about 10 o'clock in the forenoon, a vessel of the Federal fleet came in sight and anchored off the harbor. About that time the schooner Stag, which was ready for sea, commenced weighin they could not succeed, they burnt her. The schooner Fanny was run up Crystal river, and succeeded in making her escape. The Federals burnt the wharves at Cedar Keys, with everything on them, including about fifty bales of cotton and about one hundred and fifty barrels of turpentine.--The captain of the schooner Ann Smith, a