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Affairs at Key West.

Augusta, Ga., Oct. 22.
--The Charleston Courier, of this morning, says two gentlemen and a lady, who escaped from Key West, have arrived in that city, and report that there are about 10,000 Federals at Key West and Fort Jefferson.

Among those compelled to take the oath of allegiance is Mr. F. J. Morena, the brother-in-law of Secretary Mallory.

In the Point were two English and one French frigate.

The yacht Wanderer is now used as a patrol and guard boat.

It was reported that the English and French naval officers were to have a meeting to decide upon and report that the blockade is totally inefficient.

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