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The Boot and Shoe trade.

--This branch of (New England) business would seem to be (next to the shipping) the severest sufferer by the war, thus far. The fact is strikingly manifest in the following comparative statement of the clearances of the Boston Custom-House, last week, compared with the corresponding season last year:

1861.1860.
For the week, cases491,438
Since January 151,57465 863
Total51,62386,794

Showing a falling off, compared with last year, of 15,171 cases.

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