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Foreigners now.

--Passengers for Savannah by the steamship lines were notified, says the Philadelphia Ledger, that their baggage would be subject to the scrutiny of the Savannah Custom-House officers. The officers, it is said, make a very rigid examination, and allow nothing but the strictly personal effects of the passengers to pass.

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