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, save the recollection of the pleasant associations formed during its continence, and the conviction that through the noble and sell sacrificing efforts of those engaged in getting it up, a fund has been raised for the aid of our sick and wounded soldiers, through which a vast amount of good may be accomplished. The Confederates States and China. [From the N Y Tribune.] We referred some time a go to a decree issued by the Chinese Government, at the of the United States Minister in Pekin, against the admission of Confederate vessels to any Chinese port. The decree is, of course, not to the living of the British residents in China, and one of their organs threatens the Chinese with the wrath of President Davis. "The decree of Prince Kung" it says, Campunts to a casus belli, and if it should suit President Davis to make trouble about it he will have an excellent opportunity of doing so. If he selects to retaliate, there is no Power except the United States that would care to