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blacker ink. A man skilled in such matters can see at once that they are written by an effort, and not by a free, easy, natural hind. We have seen only one counter sit fifty, though several of them have been detected in this city.--They are also a superior imitation of the genuine; so perfect are they that we are unable to discover any striking points of dissimilarity — none that we can describe which the common reader can understand, save perhaps one. The bill before us is signed "A. W. Gray, for Treasurer." The word "for" is in small common italics, and "Treasurer" is in small capitals, thus; "for Treasurer." In the counterfeit, the hair line on which the signature is written passes across the "f " in the word "for." and touches the tops of the letters "or."--In the genuine, the word "for" is below the line on which the signature is written. It crosses the upper portion of the "f, " but does not touch the "or" being above them. This is the only distinction we are able to de
Mr. Garnett was then voted upon and agreed to. Mr. Foote, of Tenn., introduced an amendment to make all Treasury notes and bonds a legal tender in the payment of debts, which the Speaker decided not in order, as it was not germain to the question. Mr. Garnett. of Va., moved to strike out the "Proviso" in the first section, which was agreed to The words "said Secretary" in the second section were stricken out, and the words "Secretary of the Treasury" inserted in their stead. Mr. Gray, of Texas, moved to amend the second section by striking out the words "four months" and inserting "six months," This amendment was adopted. A motion was then made to strike out the second section as amended, and on this the ayes and noes were ordered, and the vote being taken resulted as follows — ayes 30, noes 31. The bill as amended was then engrossed, read a third time and passed. Mr. Kenner, of La., from the Committee of Ways and Means, reported a bill making appropriati