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Another counterfeit. --The Augusta (Ga.) Chronicle notices a new counterfeit bill of the green colored issue of September 2d. The engraving of the counterfeit is inferior to the genuine — the portrait of Mr. Memminger in the centre being badly done. All the genuine are lettered H in two places — the counterfeit has the J once. The words "For Treasurer," following the signature in the genuine, are left out of the counterfeit. The fives in the circles on the left hand of the genuine are omitted in the spurious, and wherever they appear in the latter are coarser than in the genuine. The engraver's name does not appear on the counterfeit.--There are many other points of difference, but the above are sufficient to put the community on their guar