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bushels of salt per annum; so that we have in a single depository of that mineral a capacity for more than supplying the entire Confederacy. The lead mines of Wythe, the county adjoining that of these salines, are among the richest and most productive in the world.--The lead is of a most rare good quality, and the limit to theecond to that of the depositories of salt hard by. One of the largest iron foundries in Western Virginia is a furnace in full operation in this same county of Wythe. We have already stated the fact that the Confederate Government is in more apprehsusion for adequate supplies of iron than of any other mineral; for without iron now but four or five furnaces in full operation in Virginia; and there are few if any others in operation in all the Southern States. This furnace and foundry in Wythe is one of the most important in the Confederacy, and is of incalculable value to the South at this time. Extensive preparation has been made for the manufactu