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The New York Defaulting Postmaster.

--The New York correspondent of the Philadelphia Press, (Col. Fuller,) denies the report that ex-Postmaster Isaac V. Fowler is in destitute circumstances in the city of Mexico. Friends of Mr. Fowler, who are in constant communication with him, state that he is in receipt of a handsome salary as agent of a large company near Mexico, and that independently of that he has a respectable sum on hand in cash — sufficient, at all events, to maintain himself in entire comfort for twelve-months, at least, and that in case he should need more, it would be promptly and cheerfully sent to him. The parties by whom he is employed are greatly pleased with his management thus far, and he has their entire confidence. He writes home in good spirits, and is far from abandoning the hope of returning to New York, and discharging every obligation against him.

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