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The great balloon trip. --We have already noticed the remarkable ærial voyage of Prof. Lowe, from Cincinnati to South Carolina. The following account of the journey, the truth of which is confirmed by the fact that Lowe had with him Cincinnati papers of the previous day, is given by the Columbia South Carolinian: He lLowe had with him Cincinnati papers of the previous day, is given by the Columbia South Carolinian: He left Cincinnati on Saturday morning, at 4 o'clock, passed up the valley of the Ohio river to Virginia, with the intention of landing near Petersburg; but, after crossing the Alleghanies, a current bore him South, between this range and the Blue Ridge. A little before 1 o'clock, he came down near the line between North and Sou
ock P. M., having thus traveled, by the course he pursued, about 1200 miles, in nine hours. This, we think, is the fastest time yet made.
From Pea Ridge, Professor Lowe was conveyed to Unionville, where he remained until yesterday morning, when he came down to this city, with the intention of going on immediately to Washingto