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undred, and that this year the revenue will be three hundred, and the expenditure the same with that of the last year. Mr. Chase proposed to borrow four hundred--half the expenses — but did not deem it safe to borrow more. He was probably of the so the New York Herald that it send Mr. F. to those same Dutch merchants who it told us the other day had agreed to lend Mr. Chase seventy millions! They are the men. They are full of money, and are evidently as green as the grass, since the late refreshing shower. If they agreed to lend Chase seventy millions, when gold was already up to 250, and mounting like the mercury in Fahrenheit on a day in June, we cannot see why they should refuse to lend Mr. F. any sum he may choose to call for, since, according to Yankeedom, he will be a better paymaster than Chase. We would advise haste, too, lest the merchants aforesaid make their exit for the summer from the Exchange of Amsterdam, to some of those numerous chateaux in Spain, whither so m