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ysen's marine battery is entitled to a like distinction for efficiency. One of the enemy's ships is thought to have been badly damaged on yesterday. She was not firing on Saturday. Three frigates were in sight. Some old buildings in Warrington have been burned, but the loss is trifling. Some few shot passed through the hospital, but injured no one, as the sick had been removed. A number of shells have fallen in Fort Pickens, and, it is believed, with much effect. The enemyries 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 reported as disabled. Six Federal ships are now outside. Seizure of salt by the Governor of Georgia. We have already noticed the fact that the Governor of Georgia had issued a proclamation directing t