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The Starving workingmen of England. --There are twenty-seven thousand cotton factory bands completely idle in and around Manchester, and one hundred and sixty-one thousand other workingmen on "short time. " Mr. Massey, a member of Parliament, addressed the workingmen of Salford on the 21st of January, and was loudly applauded when he announced it as England a best policy to interfere in American affairs immediately. The shortening of the hours of labor in the factories of Manchester is gradually extending, and in the course of the next week or two the movement promises to become more extensive.