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ple crop of this Confederacy be totally destroyed, estimated in value at $100 to $150 a bale, from four to five millions; but this is not all. The cultivation of this article will not be resumed while the war lasts. It is known to you that the seaboard of south Carolina, Georgia, and Florida, are the only regions of the earth where and extra fine cotton, termed long staple, can be successfully produced. Now, the production of this article is indispensable to the manufacturers of Bolton, Lancashire, and many other of the districts in England, France, Germany, and Switzerland. There is no substitute for it." It does our heart good to assist in spreading to all parts of our country, this noble conduct of the gentlemen whose names are primed above, and whose partionsm deserves to be remembered as long as freedom has a votary in the world. Nor is there the slightest doubt that their example will be followed by the whole body of our seacoast planters. The prospect of large gains f
onger's Company. Mr. Robert Mair, of Charleston, who was released from Fort Latayette on parole, reached Liverpool in the steamer North American. The cotton question in England. [From the London Times, Nov. 8] The accounts from Lancashire state that the paralysis of trade in the manufacturing districts, owing to the scarcity of American cotton, is becoming more visible day by day. Each succeeding return shows numbers of miris gradually being reduced in the hours of working; somend to the speculations as to the effect such a course would have on the cost and supply of cotton, one correspondent remarks that they show a very imperfect knowledge of the condition of the trade. There are, perhaps, 400 to 500 mill owners in Lancashire, but the cost of working short timed comparatively so great that it is questioned it there are more than a hundred that could afford to resort to it beyond six months. In corroboration of this, the fact is cited that humerous masters are giving