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d, Oct. 21, 1862. Messrs. Fraser, Trenholm & Co., Liverpool, Great Britain: Gentlemen --The enclosed letter to Mr. Jas. Spence is sent to you for your guidance and consideration. Resp'y, your obd't serv't, C. G. Memminger, Secretary of the Treasury. Mr. Memminger to Mr. Spence.[Duplicate.] Confederate States of America,Treasury Department,Richmond, October 21st, 1862. James Spence, Esq., Liverpool, G. B: Sir --As you have been appointed financial agent for the ConfederaJames Spence, Esq., Liverpool, G. B: Sir --As you have been appointed financial agent for the Confederate States, and Messrs. Fraser, Trenholm & Co. are its depositaries under our law, I desire that you would confer together on the matter submitted by this letter. I have on hand gold and silver coin, (chiefly the former,) two and a half millions him any assistance in your power to make his purchases for the Confederate States. I have already informed you and Mr. Spence that I have on hand two and a half millions of dollars in coin, upon which drafts can be made, or which you are authori
on, grand daughter of Sheridan; "Poems," by Adelaide Proctor, daughter of "Barry Cornwall," some additional pieces of Shelley's, edited by Richard Garnett, and "Ballads from Scottish History," by Norval Cline. "The Remains, in Verse and Prose," of Arthur Hallan, the subject of Tennyson's "In Memoriam," is published by Murray. In politics, international law, and political economy, have appeared John Stuart Mills's work on "Representative Government," which is anti slavery in sentiment; Mr. Spence's admirable essay on the American Question; a work on International Law, by Travers Twiss, D. C. L., said to be the best since Wheaton; "Jefferson and the American Democracy, a Study translated from the Dutch of Cornelius De Witt; "The Duties of Man," by Joseph Mazzini, the crazy Italian reformer, and something from John Raskin, the Arts Critic, entitled "Unto This Last," four essays on the first principles of economy. "The Roundabout Papers" is a series of essays by Thackeray, republ
e States. With Questions. Twenty eight Illustrations. Miscellaneous. I. The American Union. Its effect on national character and policy, with an inquiry into secession as a constitutional right, and the causes of disruptions by James Spence. Mr. Spence has been among the earliest and ablest advocates of our cause in England, His book is a master piece of power in exposition of our cause. II. First Volume of the Second War of Independence. A history of Secession and the StrMr. Spence has been among the earliest and ablest advocates of our cause in England, His book is a master piece of power in exposition of our cause. II. First Volume of the Second War of Independence. A history of Secession and the Struggle for Rights and Liberties of the Confederate States of America, embracing historical and statistical narratives of the several parts enacted them by the respective Southern States, with sketches of the lives and characters of the principal heroes and actors in the drams. By T. W. Machishon, author of "Came and Contrast." III. War Songs of the South. A new, enlarged, and entirely revised and improved edition. By "Bohemian." IV. First Year of the War. By E. A. Pollard. Third edition