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Mr. Spence.

--We omitted to mention yesterday that Mr. Spence, of London, has ceased to be a financial agent of the Confederate Government; a fact which was announced in the Sentinel on Saturday. That paper states that the authority of agent was withdrawn from Mr. S. under financial considerations.--Gen. J. C. McRae, agent of the Cotton Loan, has become the depositary of the Government in Paris, while Frasier, Trenholm & Co., of London, who have acted in that capacity for the Government since the war began, continue in charge of our deposits in their city.

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