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fact of the great exaggeration in reference to the destruction of property by the enemy. In fact, with the exception of a few burnt houses and bad roads, there are no other visible signs of a hostile army ever having passed through the country. Mills, factories and gin-houses were spared, and but few dwellings burnt. It is true that some of all of them were destroyed, but then the inhabitants allege that it was done by straggling parties; nor did I meet one person who thought that any commanve could have entered the hero's mind. He was only following the natural instincts of a magnanimous soul. We congratulate the people of South Carolina that they are assured in advance of similar leniency on his march through that Commonwealth. "Mills, factories and ginhouses" will be spared in South Carolina, as well as Georgia, and no dwelling-houses burnt "except by stragglers. " There is nothing like the mutual interchange of courtesies among gentlemen; and if South Carolina discards the r