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We should think Forrest and his everlasting marauders might now be caught before they got back to Mississippi. The Florida's escape — official report of Com'r Preble. The following is the report in full made by Commander Preble to the U. S. Navy Department relative to the escape of the Florida: U. S. Sloop-of-War Commander Preble to the U. S. Navy Department relative to the escape of the Florida: U. S. Sloop-of-War St. Louis,Funchal Roads, Madeira,March 1, 1864--1½ A. M. Sir: The Florida has succeeded in getting to sea. I shall follow at once, though hopeless of catching her out of port. Nelson said the want of frigates in his squadron would be found impressed on his heart. I am sure the want of steam will be found engraven on mine. intend to fight unless the chances are Largely in her favor, for she skulked away from the old St. Louis. I am, very respectfully, your obedient servant, Geo. Henry Preble. Commander U. S. N. The Hon. Gidon Welles, Secretary of the Navy, Washington, D. C. The capture by the Federals of fort D'russey. The capture of