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The issue of Treasury notes. --The Richmond correspondent of the Grenada (Miss.) Appeal sends that paper the following items: By the way, I have just heard two facts mentioned, which would seem to show that no pause in the utterance of Treasury notes is contemplated by that officer. A gentleman tells me that a contract is pending between the Government and the Richmond Paper Mill for a hundred and fifty thousand dollars' worth of bank note paper, on which to print new fives, tens, fifties, and one hundreds; and I am informed that fifty new female clerks, in addition to one hundred already employed by the Treasury Department, are about to be appointed, to number, sign, register, divide, and clip the small notes, (the ones and twos,) of which myriads almost are already in circulation. It may not be generally known, but it is a fact that will be interesting to some readers, that the $1 and $2 bills of the Confederate States--those which are embellished with badly engrave