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Naval engagement. --At eleven o'clock yesterday the gun-boat Florida engaged a large Federal steamer which was blockading Pelf Island Pass, and after a sharp fight of an hour fifteen minutes the enemy hauled to rd towards the frigate Macedo with him, she continued her co Pensacola. She appeared, from d, to be seriously injured. Noth the enemy struck the Florida, ny of the shells exploded quite near here body hurt" on our side.-- Mobile Tribune, 25th inst. The Advertiser and Register states that the enemy's steamer is the New London, and that thousands witnessed, the fight from forts Morgan and Gaines, and from the blockading vessels outside.
The Daily Dispatch: January 2, 1862., [Electronic resource], Abolition of imprisonment for Deer in England. (search)
. George S. Cameron, President of the Bank of Chester, S. C., and one of the best financiers in the Confederate States, has taken $50,000 of the capital stock of the Bank of Fulton, in Atlanta, Ga. James McInharnay died at Charleston on the 27th inst., from the effects of injuries received at the explosion of a rifled cannon at Otter Island a short time since. Dr. Lucius C. Fambro, a private in the Thirteenth Georgia regiment, from Upson county, Georgia, committed suicide on the 25th instant. The passport system is most strictly carried on in Poland. To get a passport to leave the country costs a Pole four hundred rabbles, which is about two hundred and eighty dollars. Cholera is making great ravages in India. At Caunpore the natives are the principal victims. At Kanadahar eight thousand people died in eighteen days. The barn of Mr. Wilson C. Finn, of Prince George county, was destroyed by fire on Sunday night last, and all its contents of corn and provender