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United States (United States) (search for this): article 1
fter the 6th April, 1863, are fundable in six per cent. if presented within one year from the day of the month printed across their face; that year they are fundable only in four per cent bonds. Treasury notes issued under the act of 16th July, 1861, and entitled to be funded in eight per cent. bonds payable in ten years, must be presented on or before the 31st day of July, or they will be debarred the privilege of being ed. Co-operating with the Treasury Department of the Confederate States, the Banks have determined after the 10th inst. (to morrow) to receive on deposit none of the Confederate notes bearing date prior to the 1st December, 1862. These notices are in pursuance of the plan of Congress for coercing the funding of notes of circulation issued by the Government to meet us expenditures. Until recently those notes purporting upon their face to be fundable in bonds bearing eight per cent. interest were funded in such bonds. They are now only fundable in sev
August 1st, 1863 AD (search for this): article 1
ary of the Treasury, in fulfillment of the law of Congress on the subject has given notice to the public to the following effect: All Treasury notes issued prior to 6th April, 1863, are fundable in seven per cent. bonds until 1st of August next inclusive. After that late all notes bearing date prior to 1st December, 1862, cannot be funded. Notes bearing date between the 1st December, 1862, and the 6th April, 1863, can be funded in seven per cent bonds any time on or before the 1st of August, 1863, after which time they are fundable only in four per cent. bonds. Notes bearing date on and after the 6th April, 1863, are fundable in six per cent. if presented within one year from the day of the month printed across their face; that year they are fundable only in four per cent bonds. Treasury notes issued under the act of 16th July, 1861, and entitled to be funded in eight per cent. bonds payable in ten years, must be presented on or before the 31st day of July, or they
July 31st (search for this): article 1
e the 1st of August, 1863, after which time they are fundable only in four per cent. bonds. Notes bearing date on and after the 6th April, 1863, are fundable in six per cent. if presented within one year from the day of the month printed across their face; that year they are fundable only in four per cent bonds. Treasury notes issued under the act of 16th July, 1861, and entitled to be funded in eight per cent. bonds payable in ten years, must be presented on or before the 31st day of July, or they will be debarred the privilege of being ed. Co-operating with the Treasury Department of the Confederate States, the Banks have determined after the 10th inst. (to morrow) to receive on deposit none of the Confederate notes bearing date prior to the 1st December, 1862. These notices are in pursuance of the plan of Congress for coercing the funding of notes of circulation issued by the Government to meet us expenditures. Until recently those notes purporting upon thei
April 6th, 1863 AD (search for this): article 1
easury, in fulfillment of the law of Congress on the subject has given notice to the public to the following effect: All Treasury notes issued prior to 6th April, 1863, are fundable in seven per cent. bonds until 1st of August next inclusive. After that late all notes bearing date prior to 1st December, 1862, cannot be funded. Notes bearing date between the 1st December, 1862, and the 6th April, 1863, can be funded in seven per cent bonds any time on or before the 1st of August, 1863, after which time they are fundable only in four per cent. bonds. Notes bearing date on and after the 6th April, 1863, are fundable in six per cent. if presented6th April, 1863, are fundable in six per cent. if presented within one year from the day of the month printed across their face; that year they are fundable only in four per cent bonds. Treasury notes issued under the act of 16th July, 1861, and entitled to be funded in eight per cent. bonds payable in ten years, must be presented on or before the 31st day of July, or they will be
December 1st, 1862 AD (search for this): article 1
issued prior to 6th April, 1863, are fundable in seven per cent. bonds until 1st of August next inclusive. After that late all notes bearing date prior to 1st December, 1862, cannot be funded. Notes bearing date between the 1st December, 1862, and the 6th April, 1863, can be funded in seven per cent bonds any time on or before th1st December, 1862, and the 6th April, 1863, can be funded in seven per cent bonds any time on or before the 1st of August, 1863, after which time they are fundable only in four per cent. bonds. Notes bearing date on and after the 6th April, 1863, are fundable in six per cent. if presented within one year from the day of the month printed across their face; that year they are fundable only in four per cent bonds. Treasury nConfederate States, the Banks have determined after the 10th inst. (to morrow) to receive on deposit none of the Confederate notes bearing date prior to the 1st December, 1862. These notices are in pursuance of the plan of Congress for coercing the funding of notes of circulation issued by the Government to meet us expenditure
June, 4 AD (search for this): article 1
believed in the policy of pledging the Government on the notes issued to the eight per cent., and we have heretofore expressed the opinion that the plan of funding them for less was a partial repudiation by the Government. But while the Government directs its measure for hastening the operation of funding its notes chiefly at these eight per cent. issues, it appears that the screw is also applied to the balance of its circulation. Holders are informed that the notes issued after the 6th of April last will be funded at six per cent. at any time within 12 months after its issue — after that time at four per cent. This system promises to bring confusion upon the Confederate currency, by establishing as great a disparity in the value of the notes of which it consists as there must exist in the Government bonds, which will bear respectively, four, six, seven, and eight per cent interest. We cannot but regard such varying interest and such varying values in the notes issued by th
nt. if presented within one year from the day of the month printed across their face; that year they are fundable only in four per cent bonds. Treasury notes issued under the act of 16th July, 1861, and entitled to be funded in eight per cent. bonds payable in ten years, must be presented on or before the 31st day of July, or they will be debarred the privilege of being ed. Co-operating with the Treasury Department of the Confederate States, the Banks have determined after the 10th inst. (to morrow) to receive on deposit none of the Confederate notes bearing date prior to the 1st December, 1862. These notices are in pursuance of the plan of Congress for coercing the funding of notes of circulation issued by the Government to meet us expenditures. Until recently those notes purporting upon their face to be fundable in bonds bearing eight per cent. interest were funded in such bonds. They are now only fundable in seven per cent. bonds, and after the first of August th
July 16th, 1861 AD (search for this): article 1
aring date between the 1st December, 1862, and the 6th April, 1863, can be funded in seven per cent bonds any time on or before the 1st of August, 1863, after which time they are fundable only in four per cent. bonds. Notes bearing date on and after the 6th April, 1863, are fundable in six per cent. if presented within one year from the day of the month printed across their face; that year they are fundable only in four per cent bonds. Treasury notes issued under the act of 16th July, 1861, and entitled to be funded in eight per cent. bonds payable in ten years, must be presented on or before the 31st day of July, or they will be debarred the privilege of being ed. Co-operating with the Treasury Department of the Confederate States, the Banks have determined after the 10th inst. (to morrow) to receive on deposit none of the Confederate notes bearing date prior to the 1st December, 1862. These notices are in pursuance of the plan of Congress for coercing the fundi
January, 8 AD (search for this): article 1
llowing effect: All Treasury notes issued prior to 6th April, 1863, are fundable in seven per cent. bonds until 1st of August next inclusive. After that late all notes bearing date prior to 1st December, 1862, cannot be funded. Notes bearingight per cent. interest were funded in such bonds. They are now only fundable in seven per cent. bonds, and after the first of August they are not to be ended at all. These are the notes that the banks decline to receive on deposit after tomorrow. except on imports. It remains to be seen how much by the Banks can be absorbed by the at seven per cent. till the first of August and the taxes. The fewer that are left afloat the better for the people; but it is very clear that they are to lod who will be compelled to pay them out or sell them. As they will not be current they must be depreciated before the first of August, and will fall much lower after that. The plan of the Government for forcing the holder to convert the Governm