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. She was steaming very fast down channel towards the Old Head of Kinsale, evidently on the track of some Yankee vessels. From her general appearance and great swiftness the mysterious craft is 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 reas