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s which they had just recently subscribed in aid of the Confederates. Another of these emissaries is now in this country, whose name can be furnished if needful. He is duly accredited by Jefferson Davis and his credentials are endorsed by Mr. Mason, the diplomatic though officially unrecognized envoy of the Confederate States. His objective is to negotiate a loan for the Confederacy of slaveholders and to conclude arrangements for the supply to them of all kinds of committee, especially munitions of war. The factors who have agreed to carry out these arrangements are accountants, men of standing in the city of London. Their contract is signed and sealed by Jefferson Davis, and endorsed by Mr. Mason. The conditions of the contract are as follows: Parties undertaking to run the blockade with vessels indent with material and munitions of war are guaranteed cargoes of cotton in exchange at seven cents a pound for the value (greatly exaggerated) of the ship and cargo. They also