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large private income. You know that the Confederate cotton loan tumbled down, by twos and fours, ten per cent., and that though many of its influential stockholders are men willing to hold on at a loss, in consequence of their rebel proclivities. The getters-up of the loan now meditate a fresh one, mentioned at £000,000, the inducements held out being very tempting, the security, of course, cotton, said to be safely stored at a definite and accessible place. This time the German Jew, Erlanger, who engineered the Confederate loan, is to be left out in the cold, Messrs. Hotze and Williams undertaking the business themselves. A new Liberal daily newspaper is authorized to appear in Paris on and after next Monday week. The editor-in-chief, M. Peyrot, formerly managing editor of La Presse, is a thorough going Liberal, moderate in force, but absolute in ideas--Suaviter in mode, Fortier in re. The American specialist in the editorial staff is M. Jeff, a gentleman familiar of old