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From Jacksonville, Fla. --A passenger direct from the seat of war in Florida gives us the following information: The Federales's have now at Jacksonville but 560 men; 500 at St. Augustine, Jacksonville but 560 men; 500 at St. Augustine, and 1,000 at Fernandine. There are three gunboats lying at Jacksonville, two at the wharf, and one in the stream. When the Yankees first landed, but few of the inhabitable had left the placeJacksonville, two at the wharf, and one in the stream. When the Yankees first landed, but few of the inhabitable had left the place, but immediately a stampede ensued, all leaving except some of decided Yankee proclivities. As a general thing, the Yankees have abstained from injuring the property abandoned, but those who hav
y has lost her homeland, negroes, stock, and even her household furniture.
The houses in Jacksonville have some of them, been given to the negroes.
From two Yankee prisoners, taken the other The cars and all railroad stock were saved, and are now running regularly as far down towards Jacksonville as our encampment, which is about five miles from the town.
Our troops are in fine spiri