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The Daily Dispatch: November 24, 1860., [Electronic resource], The secession movement at the
From the South. Savannah, Ga., Nov. 23. --This week has been the gloomiest, in a commercial point of , on record, The total sales of cotton for the week amount to only 731 bales. Forced sales of sterling exchange have been made at 96. There is nothing doing in domestic freights. Liverpool freights are quoted at ½ a 12-32. The vessels arrived here during the week are, ship Milson and brig Anderson, from Boston, and Australia, from Wiscasset. There has been a rumor for several days, discredited, that six free negro seamen were forcibly taken, on the night of the 17th list, from the bark N. W. Bridge, of Cumberland Island, and not afterwards returned or of, also, that three free negro seamen, a portion of the crew of the brig Ringgold, had been taken from the jail at Fernandina, Fla., and removed to parts unknown. The Fernandina East Floridian asserts the truth fulness of the report, and attributes the cause to retaliatory measures, but condemns the proceeding.