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Counterfeit. --The editor of the Mobile Register has been shown a counterfeit Confederate note, of the new issue, of the denomination of $100. It is lettered "D, " dated Richmond, February 17, 1864, and signed "T. L. Grayson, for Register," and "J. D. Walford, for Treasurer." The counterfeit is easily detected; the whole bill being fully an eighth of an inch smaller than the genuine, and the letters and figures being necessarily contracted. The impression on the spurious note is also much heavier and blacker. We are informed there is a considerable number afloat, supposed to have been sent out from New Orleans, showing that our Yankee neighbors have at least enough faith in the value of our currency to continue their efforts to counterfeit it. It would be well if some of our own people could be inspired with more confidence in it.