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Important act of Congress.

--A gentleman, (says the Charleston Mercury,) who has the information from a trustworthy source, informs us that the Southern Congress, previous to its adjournment, undoubtedly passed an act making it a penal offence to export cotton out of the Confederacy by any other channel than through the seaports of the Confederate States.

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