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ing, Etc. The following telegraphic dispatch was received in this city on Sunday night, but too late for insertion in our edition of yesterday: Mobile, Nov. 24.--The Advertiser's Pensacola correspondent of yesterday says that the steamer Time escaped without injury from the shots from Fort Pickens, and arrived safely oute Navy-Yard. Billy Wilson's batteries have taken no part in the fight. Our loss in killed and wounded is sixteen. Latest.--Pensacola, Sunday noon, Nov. 24. The firing ceased at 4 o'clock this morning, and was not renewed up to 11 o'clock to-day. Several buildings in Warrington are yet burning. The Niagara is repore, A. Adjutant Gen.; T. T. Hawkins, d-de-Camp; A Keene Richards, Brigade Quartermaster; Clinton McClarty, Brigade Commissary. Burning of a Gunboat. Mobile Nov. 24. --The gun boat Tuscarora was burned to the water's edge, fifteen miles above Helena, on Saturday. The origin of the fire is unknown. The magazine was sav