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Cotton Moving.

--On Tuesday last a number of ships were cleared at New Orleans for foreign and domestic ports, having on freight 32,507 bales of cotton. During the two preceding days 50,000 bales of the same great staple were sold, says the Delta, at rates higher than have been commanded for fifteen years, noting to the producers the handsome sum of $2,700,000.

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