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English trade with the South.

Already movements are being made in England to establish direct commercial communication with various ports of the new Confederacy. We have noticed before the subscription in Liverpool and Charleston to establish a line of steamers to run between those two ports. In addition to this, Mr. Rogerson, of the great English front firm, is in Montgomery, Alabama, it is said, about a steam line between Liverpool and New Orleans and Mobile, for which he proposes to furnish one-half the capital.

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