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The burning of Cedar Keys, Fla., by the enemy — great destruction. Augusta, Jan. 25. --The Savannah News, of this morning says that a letter, dated on the 19th inst., from Cedar Keys, Fla., confirms the reported capture of that place. The Federals burnt the town, the wharves, and five loaded schooners in that port; alsoCedar Keys, Fla., confirms the reported capture of that place. The Federals burnt the town, the wharves, and five loaded schooners in that port; also, 50 bales of cotton and 150 barrels of turpentine. The schooner Fanny escaped up the Christol river. A flat, with fifteen men and some ladies, was captured by the Yankees. The men were ironed. The captain of the schooner Ann Smith and some civilians were released on their parole after two days confinement. A letter from was captured by the Yankees. The men were ironed. The captain of the schooner Ann Smith and some civilians were released on their parole after two days confinement. A letter from Fernandina says that the citizens of Cedar Keys were not molested, and that private property was not taken. The enemy have left the place.