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t at this point. At this juncture, officer King rode up, and saying he wished the stranger to accompany him, took him into his custody and brought him to town. An examination before Mayor May was had, when the traveler gave his name as Mr.--Norris. An inspection of his baggage revealed nothing treasonable, and his pecuniary necessities being made known, the police generously made up a purse for him, and the Mayor gave him a bought ticket to Savannah. He was to leave for that place last night. Mr. Norris is a young man of intelligence; but he will probably be more careful in future about navigating unknown rivers, "paddling his own canoe," or traveling in war times without a passport. We wish him good luck the balance of his adventurous journey. No cotton from Charleston. It is now settled, says the Mercury of Wednesday, by the patriotism of our shippers, and the will of the people of Charleston, that no cotton will be shipped from this port to foreign nations. T