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Treasury circular. --The following circular has just been received at New York from the Treasury Department at Washington: Treasury Department, March 30, 1861. Sir: The control of the warehouses of the Government in the several ports in the States of South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Florida and Texas, having been usurped under the alleged authority of these States, and the officers of the Customs acting under the authority of the United States having been forcibly excluded from their proper functions in the custody of merchandize and superintendence of the entries for warehousing and withdrawal, it has become impracticable to continue the privilege of bonding for transportation to those ports. Collectors of Customs are accordingly hereby instructed that no entries for transportation in bond to those ports can be permitted until otherwise directed by this Department. [Signed] Very respectfully, your ob't serv't, S. P. Chase, Sec. of
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.letter from Savannah. Savannah,Ga., March 30, 1861. The Dispatch has become one of the necessaries with the Virginians here. I am truly glad to see that the Dispatch has taken such a very prominent part in the glorious secession cause. Will not Virginia do the right thing? Is she going to err for once, and join the Northern States, in opposition to her Southern sister States? We are patiently waiting every day to hear the good tidings that the Old Dominion is herself again. The Southern Confederate States are standing with open hands to receive her. It is a noticeable fact, to see so many Virginians here — men of all occupations — who are afraid that Virginia will not secede, and are here looking for business pursuits, who will all quit Virginia and join the Southern Confederate States. I heard from a very reliable source, that he knew of two large wholesale houses that were going to leave Virginia and move to Georgia, and I