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e suffered to need nothing more till our beloved Maryland is freed from the grasp of the oppressor, I am, truly and respectfully, Philoeda Edgeworth Eve. Worthy of Imitation. The Central Georgian, published at Sandersville, Ga., records the following instance of disinterested patriotism. If all merchants were like him, our people would not feel these hard times as they do: A few days ago a speculator in salt, of whom we have heard in several localities, visited Louisville, Ga., called on an old and well-known merchant of that place for the purpose of purchasing all the salt he had on hand. Not doubting but that Mr. B. would readily sell at the enormous price others were taking, (of course one man has as good a right to speculate on the necessities of the people as another,) the speculator asked at what price the salt could be had. "Our customers, sir, can have it at $5 per sack. You can have it at $25 per sack. Merchants Deserting Savannah. The Sa