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Abolitionist Ejects.

--A man from New Haven, Conn., was ordered out of Wilson, N. C. on the 23d inst., for uttering incendiary sentiments. He was escorted to the depot with a beating of tin pans, bell-ringing, horn blowing, &c., and there put under the charge of some South Carolinians on the train, who promised to see him across Mason and Dixon's line.

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