t evening of receiving a visit from our worthy friend, Dr. H. Lefebvre, who had just arrived in this city, direct from the blelves to General Lovell, at the army headquarters.
Dr. Lefebvre was on the schooner Joseph H. Toone, (recaptured by ComTheodore Lewis, (brother of Maj. Gen. Lewis,) Aymar and Dr. Lefebvre, of this city, as passengers, were held prisoners on boe times that amount had she run safely into Barataria.
Dr. Lefebvre had nothing on board under his name, and was fortunateltwenty heavy guns, before she could be pulled off.
Dr. Lefebvre was told by the United States naval officers that neithee the Preble, and was told she had gone to Pensacola ! Dr. Lefebvre says they were in a state of high excitement, and enterurner were blown ashore, and burned up by their crews.
Dr. Lefebvre likewise informs us that Fort Livingston, where he land of complete preparation to resist a naval attack.
Dr. Lefebvre informs us that it was the current report in the fleet