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Affairs at the South. the Charleston Mercury's correspondent "Kinwah"--Brownlow's card — Congressional representation in the Confederate States, &c., From our Southern exchanges we copy the following paragraphs: Charleston Merublished it." A card from Wm. G.Browslow. Some time ago we published a statement going the rounds that "Parson" Brownlow had suspended the publication of his paper, (the Knoxville Whig,) owing to an apprehension on his part that it was in co denying that any such intention was ever entertained. In its issue of November 5 the Republican publishes a card from Brownlow, from which we make the following extract: More than two weeks ago, a Secessionist, of this city, came home from Naer, on horseback, to try and collect some several hundred dollars due me for advertising. Respectfully, etc. W. G. Brownlow. Knoxville, Tenn., Oct. 31, 1861. Congressional representation in the Confederate States. The first Congre