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From Pensacola.

--We learn from a gentleman who left Pensacola on Monday evening last, that two of the soldiers stationed at Fort Pickens had deserted and were brought to the Navy-Yard by one of the boats of General Bragg. They report that the Negroes who were recently stolen from the Tortugas are now on Santa Rosa at work — that there are about nine hundred men in fort and on the Island, besides sixty from ships — and that only six vessels of war are now off the harbor.--Montgomery Advertiser.

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