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e the 1st of August, 1863, after which time they are fundable only in four per cent. bonds. Notes bearing date on and after the 6th April, 1863, are fundable in six per cent. if presented within one year from the day of the month printed across their face; that year they are fundable only in four per cent bonds. Treasury notes issued under the act of 16th July, 1861, and entitled to be funded in eight per cent. bonds payable in ten years, must be presented on or before the 31st day of July, or they will be debarred the privilege of being ed. Co-operating with the Treasury Department of the Confederate States, the Banks have determined after the 10th inst. (to morrow) to receive on deposit none of the Confederate notes bearing date prior to the 1st December, 1862. These notices are in pursuance of the plan of Congress for coercing the funding of notes of circulation issued by the Government to meet us expenditures. Until recently those notes purporting upon thei