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The Augusta papers announce the arrival in that city of Mr. Morse, formerly editor of the Bridgeport Farmer, of Connecticut, which was destroyed and himself hunted by the Lincolnites on account of his advocacy of Southern rights and opposition to the war. D. G. Cotting, Esq., well and favorably known in Georgia, in connexion with the press, has assumed the editorial chair of the Chronicle and Sentinel The Daily Delts, of New Orleans, has been compelled, on account of the difficulty of obtaining a supply of paper, to curtail its proportions to a half sheet. The Herald, of Columbia, Tennessee, has been suspended. Not twelve months ago there were three papers published at that place. All of them have stopped. The steam gin-house on Mr. A. C. Watson's Lake Bruin plantation, in Louisiana, with 120 bales of cotton, was destroyed by fire a few nights since. After an absence of more than twenty-five years Old Bull has returned to England, where he is now touring it through the provinces. Chas, Hanovers of Masse, Ga. came in his South ...
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