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Appalachicola, Florida.--Captain S. G. Sexton, of Savannah, pilot of the steamship Florida, and Mr. William Philips, pilot of the new steamship Mississippi, not yet completed, arrived in Macon from New York, having fled from New York for their lives. They came by the way of Cincinnati and Nashville. They report hard times with some of the Southern steamship captains. The Alabama was seized and pressed into Government service, and Captain Schenck offered the alternative of the yard-arm or to retain command of his vessel as a United States transport. tie took the latter, and is now carrying troops to Annapolis. Commodore Michael Berry, of the Charleston steamship Columbia, had a narrow escape with his life. His ship was seized in like manner, and when he refused to go into service, they proceeded summarily to the work of execution; but by good luck lie slipped his neck out of the rope, jumped overboard, was taken up by a steam-tug, and escaped. A blood-thirsty spirit runs r