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Helmont's borrowing mission. --During the late session of the Federal Congress, Auguste Belmont, the agent of Rothschilds in Wall street, was induced by Secretary Chase to make a trip to London on a borrowing errand. The object was to see whether a good portion of the Federal loan, which Congress was about to authorize, coule had the misfortune to be followed over by the news of the Bull Run disaster, which reached England by the next steamer after that which converted himself. Mr. Chase certainly took a very efficient step for the success of his loan. He placed its European negotiation in the powerful hands of a firm which has given currency tolevied a direct tax estimated to produce $30,000,000, but which will not produce $20,000,000. Fifty millions, therefore, is all that they can get of revenue; and Mr. Chase has reported the expenditures of the year, on ordinary account, at $80,000,000, which is exclusive of the extraordinary expenses of the war. A Government that ha