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Telegrams.

Arrived this morning. Six thousand bales of cotton burnt last night, which will delay all boats until Monday or Tuesday.


Mr. Clay delivered me your letter with inclosures last night.


We think copies of President's message would serve our purpose. If you agree, send them. We can't go till Thursday.


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