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Export of cotton.

A correspondent of the Examiner, writing from Charleston under date of April 2d, says that three thousand bales of cotton were shipped from that port during the preceding week. This cotton goes to the West Indies, where the Yankees buy it, and thus supply their own mills in spite of all we can do.

Will Congress adjourn without passing some law to put an end to this crying evil?

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