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ppi and Louisiana; Moore, Conalty & Co., 15,000 bales, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas and Texas; M. V. Twiss, 5,000 bales, Tennessee and Louisiana; Mary P. Ceiceil, 5,000 bales, North Carolina; Henry Thompson, 1,000 bales, North Carolina; J. O. P. Burnside, recommended by Colonel Jeffries and others, 5,000 barrels rosin, 5,000 barrels tar and 50,000 pounds tobacco, Virginia and North Carolina; John Carew, 50 tens tobacco, West Virginia; F. W. Bixby, recommended by C. H. Stedwell, of New York siana and Mississippi; Samuel Noble, 250,000 bales, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama and Louisiana; Robert E. Coxe, 50,000 bales, 10,000 barrels turpentine, 20,000 boxes tobacco, any Southern State; L. B. Wilson, G. O. Wallace, H. C. Hicks, J. O. P. Burnside, Alonzo Brett, Francis V. Haskins, and P. H. Whitehurst & Co., all small lots of cottons, shingles, etc. By the terms of these permits, one-fourth of the net profit goes to the Treasury, the balance to the person holding the permit. A