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Proposal for a Confederate Credit mobilizer. --When the Register of the Treasury, Mr. Robert Tyler, said that our finances were the weak point of our defences, he spoke a very painful, but a very apparent, and, let us add, a very useful truth. Since an officer so high in the esteem of the Government has not hesitated to proclaim such a fact, and to prove it by statistics, we presume that newspapers will no longer be charged with a desire to render the public distrustful of the currency, when they venture to hint that it is somewhat redundant and ought to be curtailed. In fact, we can see neither sense nor policy in attempting to conceal a truth which is obvious to the whole world — a defect which can be cured only by concentrating public thought upon it. That the circulation of the Confederacy reached at one time $624,000,000; that it is still within a fraction of $500,000,000, and that the Secretary's estimate of its capacity of endurance is far above the mark, are truths whic