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[Doubtless the firing 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 c
them seriously--five of the deaths from an accident, and but two from the enemy's shot. We have crippled their ships and driven them off, and forced the garrison of Fort Pickens, in its impotent rage, to slake its revenge by firing on our hospital, and during the habitations of our innocent women and children, who have been driven therefrom by an unannounced storm of shot and shell. For the coolness, devotion, and conspicuous gallantry of the troops, the General tenders his By command of Maj. Gen. Bragg. Geo. G. Garnes. Assistant Adjutant General. The Assault on the Navy-yard near Pensacola. The Pensacola Observer, of the 30th ult., says: For some cause, not yet explained, the fight commenced by Fort Pickens 1st week, and delay ceased on Sunday morning, and up to the present time has not been renewed. It is supposed by some, says the Montgomery Adreclast that at the time Col. Brown opened fire on the defences of the Confederate forces he expected
esday the Wisconsin Eleventh, and on the same day the Second regiment of the Douglas Brigade, Col. David Stewart, are to pass over the route — in all upwards of ten thousand men to go forward within a week. Expected official Advices from Fort Pickens--the Tankies Incredulous. Washington, Nov. 30. --The Navy Department has no intelligence from the Gulf, except what has been published. Nothing official from that quarter is expected until the arrival of the Connecticut, expected within a few days. It is not doubted that there has been an engagement between Gen. Brown and the rebel forts around Fort Pickens, but there cannot be a word of truth in the rebel statements in regard to our ships having been in the engagement, for the simple reason that the Colorado was not there at all, and the Niagara draws too much water to have been in the position which these reports assigned to her. Steamboat Collision and Drowning of soldiers. Cincinnati, Nov. 30. --The steamer