The Confederate Loun.
We have been requested to publish the following correspondence:
Confederate States of America, Treasury Dep't, Richmond, June 18, 1861.
W. T. Sutherlin
, Danville, Va.
You are respectfully requested to act as one of the Commissioners
to bring for ward the balance of the Confederate Loan
I hope it will suit your convenience to accept the appointment.
Richmond, June 19th, 1861.
C. G. Memminger
, Sec'y Treas'y !
Your favor of the 18th inst., requesting me ‘"to act as one of the Commissioners
to bring forward the Confederate Loan
,"’ has just been handed me in this city While I do not know that my name will add to the success of the committee heretofore appointed, yet feeling a deep interest in everything that affects the success of the Confederate States
, and having full confidence in the justice of our cause, and in our ability, with a united people, determined at every hazard and at any cost, to maintain our independence, I accept the appointment, with the hope and full belief that our people will promptly and liberally respond to your call, and thus aid in the speedy and triumphant success of our cause.