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Financial and Commercial. Tuesday, April 21, 1863. Specie and Notes. --The market is quiet, with occasional sales of gold by the brokers at $4.75@5 prem. The buying rates are about 39 @59 below these figures. Bank notes are still quotable at 75@80 per ct. Treasury notes, of the old issue, were freely offered to-day at 1 per cent, premium, but most of the brokers declined to buy. The privilege of exchanging these notes for 8 per cent. bonds ceases tomorrow, (Wednesday, 22d.) Bonds and Stocks.--Confederate 8 per cents, issued in exchange for Treasury notes, under the recent act of Congress, are selling are quotable at 109@111 for long dates. The last auction sale of coupon bonds, of the 15 M loan, was at 177 and We quote Va 6's at 112; N. Carolina do (old) at 178; Va and Tenn. R. R, 2d mort, at 120; R. F. and P. R. R. stock, 105; R. and D. R. R. do, 120; R. and Y. R. R. do, 48; Va. Fire and Mar. Ins Co. 48½, Merchants' Insurance Company, 84; Old Dominion Insurance Co