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ing, was yesterday presented by Mr. Buford, of Pittsylvania, Chairman of the Committee on Banks. We publish to-day enough of it to give the reader some general idea of what it proposes, calling particular attention to the lucid commentary of Mr. Macfarland, whom the committee justly characterize as possessing one of the ablest financial minds in the State. The report commences by some general remarks upon the magnitude of the subject, and the difficulties that surround it, and professing t In reply to the invitation with which you have honored me, I submit an outline of a plan for the reform of the currency, prefacing it with such remarks as may place it property before the committee. With great respect, your ob't serv't, Wm. H. Macfarland. A. S. Buford, Esq., Ch'n Com. on Banks. The currency is at a fearful depreciation; and mortifying and alarming as the fact may be, the process of depreciation is rapidly going on. A limit to its decline cannot be assigned, unles