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and the shipments of specie to Europe for the same period were $1,725,748, thus evidencing that the European specie drain fell upon the banks. The only legitimate demand for specie is for exportation to foreign countries. In the United States Mr. Chase's legal tender note act has rendered it useless. During the last three months the unexpected large amount of produce exports has lessened the European demand for specie to balance our imports, and the gold market, therefore, has been quiet andshow the workings of all these unfavorable elements in our commercial condition. High rates for gold and foreign exchange mean large profits on imported merchandize, and low prices for domestic produce — burning our candle at both ends is Mr. Chase's financial policy. The supply of money on the market seeking employment in temporary leans is largely in excess of the demand, and strictly first class borrower are offered at four or five per cent more than they can use; the quotations f
From New Orleans. Atlanta, August 7. --New Orleans dates of the 3d instant are received. The steamer Continental had arrived from Vicksburg with 600 sick and wounded prisoners, inc Gen. M. I. Smith, Col. Edward , Major John Devereux, and J. F. Giranit. A few prisoners remain at Vicksburg, unable to be removed. Secretary Chase gives orders to clear beats' cargoes at St. Louis for New Orleans, except prohibited articles, and giving bonds not to land goods at intermediate points except under permit. Small lots of cotton are selling at auction at 43½ cents. Coroner's Inquests have been held upon several negroes who died of starvation. The latest dates from New York are to the 23d ult., by river. Shipments of powder to California for Acapulco have been stopped by request of the French Consul.