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cotton it will require for a breastwork five feet high, ten or twenty feet at the base and one mile and a half long, and then study history and ascertain how many bales of cotton were raised in the United States in 1814, and how many bales were in New Orleans in December, 1814? If they figure it out correctly they will speedily ascertain. In the meantime, with the exception of the eighty-two bales of cotton used, (which, by-the-bye, belonged, as did the balance of the two hundred and seventy-seven bales, to our quondam citizen, Vincent Nolte,) the entire breastwork and fortifications of the plains of Chalmette were composed of nothing but real Louisiana mud. Our authorities are now piling up some more miles of mud, and only wish Lincoln, Seward, Cameron and their minions will appear before them at any time before this and next spring. We hope there will be an end to the talk of cotton bales used in the campaign. It it time that history should be respected to refute the assertion.
usey will go down the river to-morrow, to drag for the sunken steamer Tigress Capt. Hanon, who commands the Pusey, though not compensated by the Government for his personal service, risks his life in the perilous duty assigned his boat. Secretary Seward to visit New York. Secretary Seward leaves for New York to-morrow to transact important business. Condition of the prisoners at Richmond. Lieut. Alfred Kentz, of the steamer Flag, who has been a prisoner in the hands of the rebelSecretary Seward leaves for New York to-morrow to transact important business. Condition of the prisoners at Richmond. Lieut. Alfred Kentz, of the steamer Flag, who has been a prisoner in the hands of the rebels since the 25th of June, arrived here on Friday. He was captured off Hatteras Inlet, while in charge of a prize schooner, and is absent on his parole for the purpose of effecting an exchange of prisoners. He says the national prisoners at Richmond are suffering from the weather and insufficiency of clothing. In case an arrangement for an exchange of prisoners cannot be effected, he is to return to confinement in Richmond jail in fifty days. Favorable news from Europe. The news from