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y prime paper at 5@6 per cent. Foreign Exchange closes dull at 125@127 for bankers' sterling, and on Paris 4£ 52½ @4£ 45. American Gold closes steady at 15@15½ per cent. prem.--California gold bars firm at 16@16½ per cent. prem. Government Stocks quiet; United States Sixes, 1881, 98½@99; Seven-thirty Treasury Notes 102½ @ 102¾. Stocks inactive. Reading advanced ½ and Hudson ½; Michigan Southern, Illinois Central, and Cleveland and Toledo, declined ½, and Michigan Southern, guaranteed, ½. There was no second session of the Board to- day. Closing Price.--Erle, 33½ @33¾; Reading, 55½ @55¾; New York Central, 89¾@90; Michigan Southern, 24Ê @25; Michigan Southern, guaranteed, 55@55¼; Illinois Central, 56¾ @57; Canton, --@--; Harlam, 14@14½ Hudson, 35@35 ¼ Cleveland and Toledo, 44¼@44½, Market inactive. Office of the Assis't Treasurer U. S.New York, August 2, 1862. Total Receipts$1,428,551,18 Total Payments1,613,830,99 Total Balance10,333,719,48
vernments, ours having determined to hold on to them as hostages, in consequence of the infamous orders of Pope and Steinwehr. S. S. Mann, a very intelligent Yankee, the sutler of the 16th Massachusetts, captured in the brilliant cavalry dash made by Gen. Stuart, has been paroled for sixty days to go North and negotiate an exchange of himself for Judge Geo. W. Thompson, a citizen of Wheeling, recently seized by the Yankees for disloyalty, and a Yankee sutler named Everlith, now here, for Samuel Price, Esq, a leading lawyer of Greenbrier, member of the late Convention, seized by the Yankees during one of their recent raids in that vicinity. The son of Mann, (who is a wealthy citizen of Boston,) now also here, will be offered in exchange for Mr. Lyon, a son-in-law of Mr. Norris, a leading lawyer of Baltimore, who fled from that place to escape the clutches of Lincoln Myrmidons. Lyon, his son-in-law, was not so fortunate. Doubtless, as Mr. Mann, the Yankee sutler, has position, money,