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T. Butler King and Southern Experts. It is often meritorious to understate a fact assuring to one's advantage; but we are greatly surprised that Mr. T. Butter King, in his recent pamphlet publisKing, in his recent pamphlet published in Europe, upon the trade and resources of the South, should have put down our exports at the low figures of $150,000,000. If he had stated them at double that amount he would still have been shorow that the exports of the late United States were between three and four hundred millions; and Mr. King's statement of Southern exports at only one hundred and fifty millions, places those of the souo the sales of $191,806,555, as officially reported by the United States Secretary of Treasury. Mr. King is a citizen of a cotton State, and yet states the total exports of the South at forty-odd milled millions per annum. In view of these facts, we are quite astounded at the understatement of Mr. King, and we trust that our authorities here will instruct him to take an early opportunity to corre