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From the South. Our exchanges from the South furnish some stone of interest. There were 116 new cases of fever and 48 deaths in Wilmington, N. C., for the week ending on the 1st. Among the deaths was Dr. T. C. Worth, Vice President of the Howard Association. Maj. Cooking has arrived in Charleston, S. G., from Nassau, N. P. He was Major of a British regiment stationed there, and resigned to join the Confederate army. The Jackson Mississippian contains the latest news from New Orleans from a refugee from there. His account says: On Wednesday last the new Abolition Brigade, under Brigadier Gen. Weitzel, (late acting Mayor of the city) consisting of seven regiments of infantry, (two of them negroes,) a squadron of cavalry, and four pieces of artillery, were sent up the river.--At the same time five or six gunboats and transports sailed down the river, bound for Berwick Bay, to co-operate with the land forces. It was well understood in the city that this expedition of pirat