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To paper Makers.

The manufacture of paper in the South is, in some of the mills, somewhat obstructed by the want of materials; among other things of felt. We are gratified to be able to state that Mr. Waterhouse. the skillful superintendent of the Crenshaw Mills in this city, has undertaken the manufacture of felt, and will soon be able to supply all the mills. Mr. W. will thus confer an important benefit upon the Southern public in addition to his valuable services already in advancing the cause of Southern manufacture.

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