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The post-office Department. Continuing our abstract of the report of the Postmaster-General, we find that the books of the Finance Bureau exhibit the fact that the postmaster, who are required by the Department to deposit quarterly, or oftener, the revenues of their offices, have deposited in the Treasury and its branches, since the 1st of June, 1861, the sum of $75,000 The amount of grants from the Treasury in aid of the revenues of the Department was $530,059.36; making a total of deposits and grants of $895,668.06. Since the 27th July, 537 warrants have been issued upon the Treasury, in payment of the postal service, amounting to $225,434.96; leaving undrawn and subject to warrants, in payment of postal service, $579,231.10. There have been issued upon a class of post-offices styled "draft offices," in payment of the postal service, 675 drafts, amounting to $40,288.88. The number of dead letters received and opened, is 88,682. The number of drop letters, 9,512. The numb