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nce back to Waco, and from Waco to Houston.--Everywhere he reports the most magnificent crops ever seen. Wheat, oats, barley, &c., were never so abundant in any country. He is satisfied that enough grain has been raised in Texas this year, if properly husbanded, to fight Lincoln on for three years. The propagandists settled there from Iowa, Indiana, Ohio, and other free States, with a view of establishing "free soil," are all leaving. We quote from the 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.