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cers high in the favor of the Government and the estimation of the country, upon the subject of our financial condition. We allude of course to the letters of Mr. Memminger to Mr. Hunter, and the statement of Mr. Tyler, Register of the Treasury. Mr. Memminger tells Mr. Hunter that $150,000,000 currency is as much as the whole ConMr. Memminger tells Mr. Hunter that $150,000,000 currency is as much as the whole Confederacy on both sides of the Mississippi can bear, (not as much as it requires, observe, but as much as it can stand up under;) that he has set that sam afloat in the countries west of the Mississippi, (that is, he has given them a currency whose volume is equal to the capacity of endurance possessed by the whole Confederacy;) thappi is capable of enduring. The whole currency on both sides of the Mississippi he therefore estimates at $452,000,000. Mr. Tyler makes a larger estimate than Mr. Memminger, stating the amount of Treasury notes heretofore issued at $624,000,000, and the outstanding circulation at $497,000,000, after deducting $126,000,000, which h
Justice to Missourian. --The following official order from Lieut.-Gen. Pemberton does justice to the gallant Missourian who aided in the defence of Vicksburg: Headq'rs Demopolis, Ala., July 25th, 1863. Special Order, No. 182. I. The President, desiring to acknowledge his appreciation of the heroism and noble valor displayed by the troops from the State of Missouri during the siege of Vicksburg, and in the various engagements preceding that, the following extract from a telegram received by the Lieutenant-General Commanding from him, is published; "The gallant Missourian have my cordial thanks.--Their patriotism will be remembered. I hope others will emulate their heroism, and follow their example." By order of Lieut.-Gen. Pemberton. (Signed,) F. M. Stafford, A. A. A. G. Official: R. H. Memminger, A. A. G.