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Cotton orders revoked. --By a general order at Brownsville, Texas, April 23d, Maj. Gen. Magruder has revoked all the orders restricting exportation of cotton of whatever nature. The five dollars exchange is also abolished. Trade with Mexico is left perfectly free. This, it is understood, has been done under orders from Richmond.
The Police are requested to visit the various churches where night service is held, and look after the disorderly characters that gather about the gateways and behave disorderly.--One or two young ladies, in leaving the First Baptist Church a night or two since, had their bonnets snatched from their hands, and another lost her wrapping, taken in the same way. If the police cannot prevent these outrages, a squad of the "vigilance boys" will give the matter their attention. The good order of Richmond is to be restored and preserved at any cost, and the sooner examples are made of some of the outlaws the better for the community.