Important from the sea coast.
Augusta, March 13.
--The Savannah News
, of this morning, mentions two or three skirmishes with the enemy below Savannah
No loss was sustained on our side.
Passengers from Florida
report that Capt. Clarke
's company, on St. Mary's river
, fired upon a Federal gunboat, killing twenty-five or thirty of the enemy.
At the last accounts a battle was being fought on the main land near Fernandina
The Federals were three thousand strong, and the Confederates
It is thought we would capture the whole Federal force.