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d with him on the 3d instant, at Cairo, His Highness also assured me that no privateer in the service of the domestic enemies of the United States will be allowed to be flitted out or to bring in any port of its dominions. The following passages, translated from a note sent me by his Excellency Nalar Bey, in behalf of the Viceroy, show that in the facilities for obtaining Egyptian cotton our manufacturers are placed on an equal footing with those of Great Britain. The note is dated October 18, and is in reply to some interrogatories which I had verbally made to the Secretary: "Monsieur le Consul General: I have had the honor to report to his Highness conformably to your desire, what you have said to me on the subject of the words addressed by His Highness to the deputation of the Manchester Association for the Extension of the Culture of Cotton. His Highness has charged me to inform you, Monsieur, that what he has said for any association which may be formed in England f
Ranaway.--one hundred dollars reward. --Ranaway, October 18, Joe, a dark mulatto; 23 years old; six feet high weighs 180 pounds; well built, and very likely; bushy head of hair, and heavy beard; can read and write, but writes badly; came from Hardy county, Va.; may have free papers. I will give the above reward for his confinement in jail, so I get him. James I Cothran. no 23--1m Roxboro, N. C.