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urnish vast supplies for our armies. The cation crop is a good one--not from the luxuriance of the plant, as it shows the ravages of the worm — but because they have the most delightful weather in which to save it, but so long as the blockade continues it yields the planter nothing, and though it is their chief wealth, they would rather burn it than send a bale of it away, or suffer it to fall into Yankee hands. A small party has been anxious to send some overland to Mexico, and ship from Tampico to England, professedly; but sound and almost universal sentiment is against it, for it is well known there are some Yankees here yet, who are willing at any hazard to enrich themselves, if not advantage the North. Within a few days the Governor has prohibited the storing of cotton or removal from the plantations. I have never seen such lovely weather. The doors and windows have hardly been closed this winter, and there has not been a respectable norther to necessitate the buildi