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Sir James Ferguson, M. P.

gentleman, who recently made a brief to Richmond, has since been enjoying of Beauregard's camp, and personal observations of our army Potomac. He has seemed to the courtesies extended to him by the though it is impossible to derive Englishman's manner any idea of his impressions. Sir James would made a tour of the Cotton States but in his life insurance policy, restricts him to a point above thirty- South latitude.

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