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ing. Spain, after England, has the largest claim, and then follows America. Absolute necessity of a cotton supply in England. [From the London Times, August 30.] The supply and the consumption of the last two years have been unexampled. All the markets are glutted with cotton goods.--We are expecting an immense inand say what ought to be done, there will be no lack of will to do it on the part of government. Surat cotton from England for America.[from the London News Aug. 30.] In a paragraph under the above heading in our publication of Tuesday, it was stated that fifteen thousand bales of Surat cotton were last week exported to N — viz: that discipline and organization are indispensable to make any army efficient in the field. The abolition aspect of the War.[from the London News, Aug. 30.] The Confederates, in fact, settled the fate of slavery when they drilled and armed their two negro regiments; and the Government merely corroborates that set