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supposed to have been the famous Florida, of the Confederate Navy. The Confederate loan on the 25th instant experienced a further advance of 3 per cent., closing at 24a22 discount. The Confederate iron-clads--one gone to sea — a Confederate frigate Repairing in France. A dispatch from London of the 27th of August says: The Confederate frigate Atlanta, which put into Brest for repairs, having no bill of health on board, has been forced to go into quarantine. [Paris (Aug. 24) Correspondence of London Herald.] The Pays makes the following announcement, which, under present circumstances, is calculated to attract much attention: The American frigate Atlanta, belonging to the Southern States, has arrived at Brest to repair damages sustained at sea. There is no reason why a Confederate man-of-war should not enjoy the same privileges in central ports as the Federal navy, but that should have the rare privilege of making good her damages in an imperial dock