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counts from Florida say that the enemy are again on a move from Green Cave Springs, with three thousand negro and three hundred white troops.--They were thought to be advancing on Gainesville; but when our troops were ready to meet them, they did not come. From Louisiana. We learn from an authentic source that on Wednesday last the enemy commenced an advance from Bayon Sara towards Jackson, Louisiana. Colonel Scott met them, and, after a severe fight, repulsed them with severe loss. The enemy returning with large reinforcements, our troops evacuated Clinton and fell back towards Liberty. On Thursday the Yankees started on a general raid, pillaging as usual. They visited the towns of Clinton, Woodville, Williams's Bridge, Greensboro', Tangipahoa and Olyka. At last accounts they were still in motion. The Blockade. Two of the Harris line of steamers have arrived at a Confederate port, laden with consignments of clothing and blankets for the Southern army.