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Movements in the army and Navy. --The New York Express gives the following items of army and naval news: All the ships of the home squadron are out of provisions. Only for the energy and enterprise of Capt. Adams, of the Sabine, they would have had to leave Florida altogether.-- Since the vessels arrived at Pensacola, not a line had been received from the Navy Department. The steamers can get no wood and water. A "smuggler from Pensacola" was selling water at four cents a gallon. The officers and crews of the entire fleet are told off, to land at a signal from Lieutenant Slemmer. It is not generally known that the Federal military and naval garrisons at this place have been, in a quiet way, put upon a war footing, and that the troops stationed in them are subject to the regulations, while on duty, customary in a campaign. The effective ordnance of the Brooklyn Navy-Yard has been distributed, as have the means of defence, in the proper places; Governor's Island, Fo