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ected, which are now turning out three hundred pounds daily. There are several other mills in the Confederacy, which are working to the full extent of their capacity. The sale of Spirituous Liquors Interdicted at Suffolk. The Suffolk correspondent of the Petersburg Express says that Col. Gragg, commanding the Confederate forces at that place, and the liquor dealers, are still at loggerheads. The following order was issued last week: Headq'rs 1st Reg't S. C. V., Camp Huger, Nov. 17, 1861. Orders No. 57--The orders heretofore issued to prohibit the sale of liquor to soldiers having been evaded, and abuses having taken place. The following additional order is issued. As Commissioned officers will, upon no account whatever, send any orders for liquor by either soldier or servants; and no paper purporting to be such order are to be considered as genuine. Any person in or about Suffolk offending against this Regulation, may expect to be dealt with in a summar