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Exculpated.

--Mr. Molyneaux, British Consul at Savannah, has written the particulars of the Savannah trouble (tarring and feathering a British Captain) to the British Legation, but exempts the authorities from all responsibility by charging it upon the mob. He states that the Mayor proclaimed a reward for the offenders, and used his influence to detect the guilty parties.

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