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New Orleans. A third line to Norfolk, (the terminus of the Seaboard and Roanoke, Railway, by which cotton from North Carolina and Tennessee can be laid down there as cheaply as at New Orleans,) is also in contemplation, Under the operation of a highly protective tariff the cotton manufacturers of Lowell and other places in the North have hitherto supplied the Southern States with course cotton fabrics, (domestics,) and negro clothing to the value of about ten millions sterling annually. Manchester may for the future command nearly the whole of this business. In the event of the Confederate Commissioners being surrendered, and war on that ground averted, it is clear that upon commercial grounds the Governments of England and France have every inducement to recognize the well-earned independence of the Confederate States. The precedents of the Swiss Cantons; the seven United Provinces of the Netherlands, of the revolted Spanish American colonies, of Greece, of Belgium, of Texas,