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oud, which has been lying concealed from the enemy for some time at Biloxi, ran out on a venture Wednesday and came through the sound safely, twenty-two in sight from the mainland at one time. Col. James, of Biloxi, who came passenger on her, furnishes us with the following budget h instant, three French naval officers, with sixteen men, landed at Biloxi and desired to communicate, by telegraph, with the French Consul at New Orleans. The office at Biloxi having been closed, Lieutenant Pradat, who had acted as interpreter on their arrival, volunteered to accomgraph, from the French Consul. Since the visit of the enemy to Biloxi, on the 31st ult., they have not been near the mainland. On that out sixty old men, kept their arms. Captain Smith told the Mayor of Biloxi, Captain Fewell, that he was perfectly well acquainted with the numcue and took them on board. Two others belonged to a widow lady at Biloxi, and one to Mr. Jas Higgins, All the other negroes are sent into th