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to improve the military situation all around. The currency.[from the New York Shipping List, July 12.] The law recently passed by Congress, empowering Secretary Chase to issue another large amount of Demand Treasury Notes, thereby creating a currency vastly in excess of the wants of the country, has commenced to bear its le against the passage of the bill conferring such great powers upon the Secretary of the Treasury. We learn that it is by many considered exceedingly doubtful if Mr. Chase will use his power by issuing any more demand notes; but, if this be true, in view of the extraordinary and deplorable condition of affairs now existing, and ther this, it is undoubted that gold and silver would to-day have been quoted at par, and with no prospect of being any higher. This is certainly a fit subject for Mr. Chase's thoughtful contemplation, and we trust that he will hesitate long before taking so evidently fatal a step as the further issuing of any considerable amount of