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y is a partizan of Jeff. Davis, and an agent of the Southern Confederacy. Surveyor Andrews communicated the facts to Secretary Chase, at that time stopping in, the city, who approved of the proceedings and advised the arrest of Serrell. The mone result was a trap and a capture. What might be regarded as an extraordinary Cabinet Council, was held on Friday. Mr. Chase having returned, there was a full Cabinet, with the exception of Mr. Smith, who is making war speeches in the North. Iauthorized by the loan act is $50,000,000. The Baltimore Exchange thus exposes the late financial operation of Secretary Chase: The whole scheme is a wicked and wilful attempt, on the part of Mr. Chase and the bankers he has borrowed froMr. Chase and the bankers he has borrowed from, to deceive and defraud the people of the country, who are not versed in the devices of rotten banks or the tricks of penniless brokers. It is a deliberately concerted plan to entice from the middle and lower classes of the country the small sums