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alluded to above was that from Newport News between the Confederate steamer Patrick Henry and Lincoln's fleet, stationed off that Point, as it was about the time mentioned in the paragraph above that the fight commenced there.--Eds. Drs.] Gen. Bragg's congratulatory order. The Barrancas correspondent of the Mobile (Aia.) Evening News furnishes that paper with the following general order, complimentary to the troops on their signal victory over the enemy at Fort Pickens, after a two days bombardment. It puts to blush the boastful threats of Col. Brown that he could annihilate the works and defences of Pensacola in a few hours. Its style and language is in the vein which characterizes all the papers of Gen, Bragg, and it met with the warmest reception by the different corps of his command: Headquarters Army of Pensacola, Near Pensacola, Fts., 25th Nov. 1861. General Order, No. 130. The signal success which has crowned our forty hours conflict with the arrog
press his admiration. Their country and their enemy will both remember the 22d and 23d of November. By command of Maj. Gen. Bragg. Geo. G. Garnes. Assistant Adjutant General. The Assault on the Navy-yard near Pensacola. The Pensacola Othink the attack was only a feint for the purpose of learning the strength, position, and number of the guns mounted by Gen. Bragg. It this was his object he most signally failed, as Gen. Bragg, while he had only the fort, and one or two vesselGen. Bragg, while he had only the fort, and one or two vessels to reply to, did not deem it necessary to open his most effective batteries. Should Col. Brown, on the arrival of the entire fleet, feel disposed to aid the vessels in forcing an entrance into Pensacola Bay, he will be likely to be greeted with stg for a powerful fleet to pass the two little forts at Port Royal, but it is quite another to run the blockade, which General Bragg has established at the entrance to Pensacola Bay, as the enemy will find to their cost should they make the experimen