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. The Pensacola boys Becoming Impatient. A correspondent writing from Pensacola., says: The news of the victory by our arms in Kentucky brought again a refreshing of "Oh, I wish I had been there to have shared the honor!" and the often-repeated, "Oh, there it is again; those fellows on the Potomac, or in Missouri, or Kentucky, are gaining victories, and wearing laurels, and we here forgotten! I wish I was there!" etc., etc. But stop, my friend, you wishers; who knows but Picayune Butler is coming to this town (Pensacola) with his twenty-five thousand thieves, cutthroats, etc., etc.? Who knows but it is the intention of Dr. L. & Co. to make winter quarters here for his pilferers? Now just keep your mouths shut and eyes open. Be sure and not let him catch you a sleep as a party of same name did not over a thousand years ago, at a certain navy-yard, on a certain boat, on a certain night, and won a certain little achievement, with no doubt a greater achievement in view.