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The Savannah Republican says:

We were shown yesterday by Collector Boston, a number of the new Treasury Notes, of various denominations, just issued by the government of the Confederate States. They are handsomely executed, with appropriate vignettes in green, and bear an interest of one-cent per diem on the hundred dollars. We annex the inscription of the $500 note:

A 500

Twelve months after date the

Confederate States of America

Will pay the bearer

five hundred dollars,

With interest at five cents per day.

Montgomery, April 8, 1861.

Alex. B. Clitherall, April 8, 1861.

E. C. Flmore, Treasurer.

(Lower margin.) Receivable in payment of all Dues except Export Duties.

--N. Y. Evening Post, April 16.

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