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From Lynchburg.[special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Lynchburg. Va., Oct. 8th. Notwithstanding King Abraham's blockade, our merchants and manufacturers still manage to keep a considerable stock on hand. The progress in manufactures is developed to a greater extort in the clothing line than in any other branch of business, probably owing to the very necessity of the case, as our army must be clothed, and the uniforms are not to be had until they are made! It is gratifying, however, to state in this connection that, owing to the exertions of their officers, several of the companies from this city have been provided with winter clothing, though a number are still to be provided for. The greatest difficulty exists in procuring the material, which, when it is to be had, can only be purchased at the most exorbitant prices. Yesterday was the first day of the fall term of the Quarterly Court in this city. The Court met at the usual hour, and after the election of two Ald
The Prize schooner off Stone bar. Augusta. October 8. --The Charleston papers of this morning, report that the schooner reported on Monday as a prize of the Federals, was taken when at anchor off Stono Bar. The battery on the bar fired at the Federal steamer, but she was too distant for the shots to reach her. The Federals sent four of their boats with armed crews, and took the schooner.