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The Daily Dispatch: January 29, 1864., [Electronic resource], Re-enlisting for the War in General Lee's army. (search)
on the contrary, is more likely to produce an effect directly the reverse. The continued decrease in loans in ordinary times would create a stringency in the money market, and the falling off in the amount of specie will probably cause a further rise of the premium on gold. We give below the totals of the bank statements which have been made since the first of January: Specie.Circulation.Deposits. Jan. 2. $25,161,9356,103,331140,250,856 Jan. 9. 25,122,0026,037,546134,861,977 Jan. 16. 24,884,2646,008,132130,311,045 Jan. 23. 24,077,5135,949,807130,136,203 It will be seen by the above that the specie has decreased $806,751, the circulation $158,375, and the deposits $174,843. Miscellaneous. Gen. Steele has been directed to order an election in Arkansas for State officers under the one tenth proclamation. Lincoln has "pardoned" some men calling themselves the Arkansas delegation, who have arrived in Washington. Gen. Vance, captured in East Tennessee, h