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Thursday, July 2d, 1863. Specie and Bank Notes.--The feature of the specie market this week has been the increased amount of silver offered for sale, with a consequent decline in the buying rate. We have heard of sales at as low as $450 premium. Small amounts of gold have been bought by the brokers at $5.50 to $6 premium. The asking for silver are $6 premium; for gold, $6.50 to $7. Bank notes have advanced to $1.10 and 1.25 premium. Bonds and Stocks.--In the present unsettled condition of business, when the attention of brokers and operators is directed to other matters we deem it unnecessary to present a list of stock quotations. There have been no transactions for several days, and the auction sale advertised for to-day has been postponed. Confederate securities are firm, and parties are advertising in this paper for the old issue of Treasury notes which the Banks have rejected. Only twenty-six days intervene before the expiration of the time for funding said not