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with the lewd women of New Orleans, will at once dispatch a protest to Mr. Seward for his harsh treatment of Anna Larue. From Pensacola, Florida--arrest of a young Lady. The steamer General Meigs plied regularly between Pensacola and Fort Pickens, with stores. --At Pensacola there was much suffering in consequence of the scarcity of provisions, which command exorbitant prices from butlers. No supplies come from the interior. There were but few Union families in the city, which still and parapets, with correct information of the forces to command each, the number of troops in the city, the redoubts outside, and the availability of the boats in the waters. With these proofs to sustain him, Gen. Arnold sent the lady to Fort Pickens, where she is at present incarcerated. The health of the troops was good, and every preparation has been made to give the rebels a warm reception whenever they approach. The conduct of Wilson's Zouaves, in dividing their rations with