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e withdrawal of Bank deposits by the public. The new Treasury notes, which are to be a legal tender at the option of the holder, will, in an easy money market, become a favorite investment, and the Banks will have no difficulty in disposing of them, while if money tightens up they will be used as a currency and will relieve the stringency. Miscellaneous. On the 1st of April the entire indebtedness of the United States was $929,000,000. A correspondent of the New York Post says when Pensacola, Fla., was burnt, the troops were in an "utter state of demoralization." A muster roll of the whole army of the Potomac is to be made out on the 10th, to be rent to the Provost Marshals, to be used in drafting to fill up regiments. The Philadelphia Inquirer, speaking of Richmond, Charleston, &c. says the "new Gibraltar of the rebels are thus far too strong for us." Fifty negro recruits for Gov. Andrew's Massachusetts regiment passed through New York on the 3d inst.