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Unstopped Ref-males — Curious statement of an English traveler in the South.
[From the Cincinnati Gazette]
We find in an English paper some accounts of a remarkable letter said to have recently appeared in the Edinburg Daily Retire, from a South Carolina correspondent of that paper.
The correspondent writes from Charleston, and, says the Examiner, from which we quote, draws gloomy picture of the stagnation in that once busy charter.
But at the same time he gives us an idea of the way in which the enterprising citizens of the Palmetto State contrive to mitigate, in some degree, the inconveniences of the blockade.
He tells how, under the guidance of a friendly cotton painter, he made a night journey to a point on the coast, of which he only indicates the position, one which can be no other than Butler Bay, named by the New York papers as the probable destination of the powerful squadron of war vessels and transports that was badly sailed for Southern waters.