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Augusta, Ga., papers recently published the fact that Chas Hallock, from New York, who came over to the South and had become the editor of one of the papers in that city, had gone to Nasson with the intention of going back to the one my. He has reached Bermuda, and we find in the Bermuda Gazette a communication from him on the prospects of the South, which is anything but disloyal to the Confederacy. It would seem that the Augusta press have made a mistake, and that Hallock is really absent on the business he started for — the purchase of type, paper, &c.
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