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de to meet your contracts, and the terms can then be altered so as to conform the mode of payment to the cotton certificates, fixing a price for the cotton, and providing for the delivery at any port upon adding the charges of transportation.--The only limit of these combined operations will be the quantity of cotton which the Government can purchase, which I hope will be found ample. Respectfully, your obedient servant, C. G. Memminger, Secretary of the Treasury. Mr. Mallory to Mr. Mason. Confederate States of America,Navy Department,Richmond, Oct. 30, 1862. Hon. James M. Mason, Commissioner of the Confederate States to Great Britain, London. Sir --Mr. Sanders has, as you are aware, contracted with this Department for the construction in England of six iron-clad steamers, combining the capacities of the freighting and fighting ships in a manner which will enable them to force the blockade of our ports. The interest of the country will be much benefitted by the