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o $5 per cwt. gross, and $3 to $5.50 per head according to quality. Hogs.--$8.25@8.50 for corn fed, and $8 for others. Freights. Foreign.--Freights and the value of ships at this time, have become very interesting to commerce and agriculture, by reason of higher rates than for many years, caused by the vast export of breadstuff. Several vessels have been recently chartered to load Tobacco for ports in France and Italy and for Liverpool. The fine bark Pioneer, belonging to Messrs De Voss & Co., is loading with Tobacco at 40s. per hhd., and with Flour at 4 per bbl.; and the Virginia Dare, a Richmond and Liverpool liner, will succeed her at similar rates of cargo, already provided. The British ship Juanita, for London, has also been chartered at 45s. for Tobacco, and will load immediately; and the British bark Reuben, and several others, are chartered to load Flour and grain for Great Britain, all of which will swell our exports, in spite of the dolorous forebodings of di