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War news. From Northern papers, of the 1st February, we collect the following: Federal Financial matters. New York, Jan. 31. --In some quarters there was rather more demand for money to-day, and many of the brokers are paying six per cent. Others, however, obtain all the money they need at five. First class paper rules, as yesterday, at 6 a 7. Letters by the Africa state that no less than $55,000,000 --$275,000,000--are deposited in five joint stock banks in England, at 1½ per cent. Some English writers state that a portion of this money would undoubtedly be invested in American securities but for the general impression that we are a nation of swindlers, and do not intend to pay our debts. The securities of Brazil and Turkey appear to command a higher position in British esteem, and are rising in the market. The last quotations were as follows: United States 6's, coupon, 1881, 89 a 89¼; do, 5's, coupon, 1874, 78 a 79¼; Indiana 5's,--a 7, Virginia 6's, 51;
leet in the Roads. The New York Journal of Commerce says that the exciting foreign news gives room for grave solicitude for the future. The tone of the French news is more unfavorable to the United States than that from England. Another grand Federal expedition is fitting out at Cairo — destination unknown. The Federal war-ship Vermont will be soon ordered to the Port Royal station, as store ship and hospital. The English steamer Calcutta arrived at St. John's on the 31st January, with troops for Canada. The London Herald says that victory for the South is certain. It holds up a gloomy picture of the future for the North. The English journals declare that many letters are received in that country, from highly respectable Northern parties, praying for foreign intervention on the score of humanity. A division of New England troops embarked on the 2d inst. from Fortress Monroe, for Ship Island. The corvette Hartford and twenty-three gun-boats will so