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The enemy on our coast.

--The Franklin (St. Mary) Register, of the 12th instant, says:

‘ From almost every quarter we hear of the doings of the enemy on our seaboard. From the mouths of the Mississippi to the Sabine on the West, a perfect cordon of Lincoln cruisers may be seen or heard of, and from which a detachment of men now and then make a descent on shore and supply themselves with fresh provisions, vegetables, &c. What is every body's business is most generally nobody's business, and ere long we would not be surprised to hear of another Hatteras affair somewhere on our Southern coast.

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