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From the South. Skirmishes with the enemy continue along the Confederate coast. Fifty Federals landed from the gunboat Western World, at Butler's Inlet, S. C., on the 22d inst., to destroy the salt works there, but were surprised by a cavalry company and driven off, with a lose of 12 killed and wounded.--At Pascagoula, Fla, five launches, laden with Federals, started for the shore, but as they neared the land were fired into by our troops. In the foremost boat not a man escaped unhurt, and the other boats returned to their ship. Capt. Reld, of the gun boat, then commenced shelling the town for revenge, but sent no more troops ashore. Dashing Cavalry Exploit in Mississippi--a fighting Parson., We make the following extract of a letter, dated Tupelo, Miss., July 14th: We have recently had a brilliant affair of cavalry at Booneville, north of this place Gen. Chambers, commanding a brigade of four regiments of cavalry, was ordered to attack the Yankee force and drive