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Free labor and cotton.

--As a specimen of what can be accomplished by the employment of freedmen, Colonel J. J. Williams, a planter of Florida, states that, with a force of about one hundred colored hands, he raised, during this year, from two hundred to two hundred and fifty bales of cotton, each bale weighing five hundred pounds.

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