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Dupont's fleet, have arrived in Tallahassee and taken lodgings in the Leon jail. These men were captured by some of Captain Pickett's men, and the other three by men from different companies, under the command of Lieut Strange, who, we regret to sae following statement from Sergeant Moore, of the 21st Regiment Tennessee Volunteers. On sunday afternoon, while Cols. Pickett and Jackson--whose commands were distinct — were taking a ride, it was a greed that Col. J. would picket on the road ackson's headquarters, supported on either side by their cavalry, consisting of two battalions. It seems that neither Col. Pickett or Col, Jackson were aware of the presence of the enemy until their rifled twelve pounders were fired. The cavalry could not form, being at ones thrown into confusion. Col. Pickett by this time sent three messengers to Lieut-Col. Tilman, with orders to form the regiment and march down to the depot. No answer being brought him, he himself mounted and started to