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Commercial. New York, Dec. 10. --The weekly statement of the city Banks shows an increase in loans of $676,904. an increase in specie of $20 981. an increase in circulation of $150.250, and an increase in deposits of $11,361,48. The New York Post, of Monday, says: It is worthy of note among the many expedients that business men are compelled to resort to in times like the present, that a Western merchant intending to meet a payment to a New York house. rather than submit to the onerous rates of exchange, brought with him five hundred barrels of flour, expecting to turn it into cash here, but now finds the sacrifice which he will be obliged to make much greater than the large premium of exchange. The derangement of the produce business at this point has seldom involved greater sacrifices than now, and it is not surprising that the wealthiest houses succumb, Several of our leading receivers have suspended within a few days, with a great abundance of imperishable p
Fall River, Dec. 7. --Sailed, schr. Susan and Mary, Norfolk. Boston, Dec. 8,--Arrived, schr. Lucy Ames, Rappahannock. New York, Dec. 10.--Cleared, schr. Margaret, Petersburg. Norfolk, Dec. 10.--Arrived schrs. Mountaineer, York River; Bowden, Warwick; H. W. Collins, Richmond; Mary and Virginia, do; Mary L. Johnston, do. [by Telegraph.] Hampton Roads, Dec. 11--Arrived, ship Grey hound, 156 days from Rio, with 4,000 bags of coffee; ship Buena Vista, 121 days from Baker Dec. 7. --Sailed, schr. Susan and Mary, Norfolk. Boston, Dec. 8,--Arrived, schr. Lucy Ames, Rappahannock. New York, Dec. 10.--Cleared, schr. Margaret, Petersburg. Norfolk, Dec. 10.--Arrived schrs. Mountaineer, York River; Bowden, Warwick; H. W. Collins, Richmond; Mary and Virginia, do; Mary L. Johnston, do. [by Telegraph.] Hampton Roads, Dec. 11--Arrived, ship Grey hound, 156 days from Rio, with 4,000 bags of coffee; ship Buena Vista, 121 days from Baker a Island.
Meeting of the Louisiana Legislature. Baton Rough, La.,Dec. 10. --The Legislature met to-day. A resolution organizing a military system for the State was adopted. A resolution calling a State Convention and giving the reasons for it, the election of Lincoln and hostility of the North, was introduced in the Senate, and referred to a joint committee. A preamble and resolutions were offered, taking the ground that the States which have nullified the Fugitive Slave Law have no right to vote for President.