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ations at Fort Pickens--increase of the Blockading fleet — military Restrictions — anecdote of Gen. Bragg. [Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.] "Live Oak Camp." Near Pensacola, Fla., Nov.on. These comprise the 5th and 8th Mississippi regiments. This portion of the army under Gen. Bragg is in good trim, and well disciplined for volunteers, and as a general thing are well satisfiewe are deprived of one strong inducement to fight. " I must give you a little anecdote of Gen. Bragg. Before the commencement of hostilities last spring, on the occasion of a visit to Fort Pickey fine and well stocked "liquor case," at the same time remarking, "When you take me prisoner, Gen. Bragg, I suppose you will allow me the possession of my liquor case"--Gen. Bragg replied, "CertainlyGen. Bragg replied, "Certainly, sir." Well, you are aware that Major V. was taken prisoner by our troops on their recent visit to the island. On the occasion of the Major being presented to Gen B. as a prisoner of war, the Genera