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hey ought to be marked so that they may be known through all coming time, as Shylocks of the basest stamp. The Foreign Mail service. We have already announced the fact of the establishment of direct communication between New Orleans and Tampico, where passengers will then take the British steamers touching at that point. The New Orleans Bee says: We are happy to announce the permanent establishment of this enterprise, and that the second mail will leave this city on the 9th inst. The mode of transmission is by a monthly overland communication with Tampico, and connecting with the regular British steamers touching at that point. The agents are intelligent, faithful, and capable gentlemen. The New Orleans Postmaster makes known that letters intended for this mail may be inclosed, and the outer envelope addressed "Costa's Foreign Mail, care of Postmaster, New Orleans." The Confederate postage to the New Orleans office must be pre-paid. From Pensacola. The Pen