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d took eighteen prisoners. They also took thirty horses and two hundred cattle — rather a bad lot — and what bacon they wished to use during their mountain four, which issued about a week. Conference between a Committee of the citizens of Apalachicola and a Federal flag of truce. The Quincy (Fla.) Dispatch publishes the following account of a conference held a few day ago, by a committee of citizens of Apalachicola with a flag of truce, sent by the commander of the blockading squadron aApalachicola with a flag of truce, sent by the commander of the blockading squadron at that place. The firmness exhibited by the Floridians on the occasion is worthy of all commendation. At about eight o'clock two boats bearing white flags were seen coming up the bay.--Messengers were at once dispatched to the Bluff to stop any boats that might comedown. Anson Hancock, Mayor pro tem., selected R G. Porter, James A. Miller, and T. Benezet, as a committee to act with him in holding communization with the boats. Upon consultation, it was determined that the committee should