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captured. A rebel mail-bag was found on board the blockade runner Calypso, from which the following letters were taken: A Georgia merchant to his Partners. Nassau, Sunday, June 7. Dear brother: . . . If I am not mistaken, some of the blockade-runners will lose a pile of money, as confederate money is becoming at such a dmoney — say seven hundred dollars or eight hundred dollars for one hundred dollars in gold, and my opinion is it will soon be worthless. Yesterday I bought here (Nassau) five hundred dollars in confederate money at four cents on the dollar, and some was sold here for even a greater discount. So you can see what the people here t am confident confederate money will not be worth the paper it is made on, although I may be mistaken. Yours truly, S. B. Jaques. A Richmond Agent's testimony. Nassau, June 8, 1868. William E. Simons, Richmond, Va.: Dear friend: . . . I have not been able to find sale of the bonds, though there have been sales heretofore, b