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late to some extent the former; and little can be accomplished in the effort to exclude Yankee goods from the Confederacy until the laws are so amended as to take effect upon the contraband commerce of the ocean. It is well known that the great bulk of the goods entered at Charleston and elsewhere are from Yankee land. There is no mistaking them. Everybody knows them. As cotton or gold has been paid for these goods, a large drain has been kept up upon our resources for the benefit of Yankee industsy and capital.--The enemy has been strengthened and we weakened by it. The question will be whether the introduction of the fabrics of the enemy, whom we hate and with whom we desire to have nothing to do, can be excluded as long as we have any foreign trade whatever? Is there any mode by which they are certainly to be known and effectually interdicted? It is hard to say. They will resort to every expedient of change and imitation necessary to evade law and elude vigilance. If