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he Telegraph: In traveling from North Fork, Creek Nation, to Red River, Capt. Harrison met one hundred and twenty wagons with emigrants from Texas to the Free States, and was told there were more than these on the Southern route. Disguising himself, he mixed with them a good deal, and learned the object of their settling in Texas, and why they were leaving it now, and a most happy riddance the State is having of them. Capt. H. has no doubt that eight hundred voters have left Grayson, Collin, Cook, Young, Wise and Denton counties. Many of them have left settled farms and cultivated fields. The right sort of immigration from Kentucky and Tennessee can get these farms cheap, and will be welcomed with open arms. Never was there such a chance for bettering fortunes as is now offered to the people of these States. The country is the finest in the world. Thirty bushels of wheat to the acre is no unusual crop, and that all harvested in May. Fine water is abundant, so is timber