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bonds in Europe secured by cotton, our true Resource.—$75,000,000 offered to the Confederates in London and Paris for time bonds secured by cotton. Administration resorted to constant issue of Treasuere replenished from British sources. A reference to the bills of entry in the custom-houses of London and Liverpool shows that from May 1st, 1861, to December 31st, 1862, vast shipments of implementrleans, or within ten miles of a railroad or stream navigable to the ocean. The applications in London and in Paris to take the loan exceeded $75,000,000; and it stood in the London market at 5 per cLondon market at 5 per cent. premium. For this fact Mr. Davis is our authority. The United States, during the war, had no such substantial basis on which to issue currency or to negotiate loans on time bonds. Their credns of war, and the procurement of a navy. When the Confederate commission presented itself in London it was received by the British Minister for Foreign Affairs, and interviews were held between th