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of the Federal Congress he has always served upon important committees. Secretary of the Treasury. Hon. C. G. Memminger.--There are few men in the South who are more competent, in point of ability and business capacity, to administer the Department of the Treasury under the Government of the Confederate States than Mr. Memminger. Possessed of a high order of intellect, a student, learned and full of resources as an accomplished advocate, he is eminently a man of facts and details. qualification to a great financier, and combined with ability and integrity, almost insures success to one who, like Mr. Memminger, has studied political economy by the great principle of laisses vous falre. The South wants an economical Governmee expense of neighbors' pockets, but give all fair play and the benefit of the markets of the world. We congratulate Mr. Memminger upon the honor of his appointment to this responsible position in the New Confederacy, and the States upon having one