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A Gans of runaway negroes captured.

--From a passenger from Marion C. H., the Charleston Courier, of the 18th, learns that the citizens of the district have succeeded in capturing some eight or nine runaway negroes, and breaking up their camp at a place called Catfish Swamp. There are represented to be forty negroes in all, and the citizens are now in pursuit of the remaining fugitives.

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