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s as deserters, and say they were treated very badly, and had received no pay for a long time. The prisoners were in charge of Capt. C. A. Goe, who arrived in Quincy on Thursday night. He confirms the reported evacuation of Jacksonville and Fernandina. He states that our forces made an advance on Jacksonville on Tuesday, and challenged the enemy for a fight. The enemy refused to come to time, and the day sent a flag of truce, which was met by Col. Davis, their object being to inform us that Jacksonville and Fernandina would be evacuated at 10 o'clock that night. About 6 o'clock that evening the enemy were to rush pell-mell aboard of their boats and hastily steamed off. Our forces soon after entered the city. They found strong works which had been erected by the enemy. All the guns had been removed. The enemy carried away with them the traitors whose names we gave in a previous number of the Dispatch. Wednesday last was the day for the election of their Governor, but whi