The amonnt of loss mfhctcu on our banks by burglars is really small when compared with that duo to interna! fraud. There lias been, indeed, during my own memory, a series of defalcations in the banks of of this city which would make a burglar's rnouth water, since in but one case wns tliere any punishment. Here are a few figures : American Exchange Bank, paying teller. ... $ 90,000 Fnlton Bank, eaahier's son 05,000 Ocoan Bank. paylng teller 1,000 Gtrocensi Bank, assistallt cashifir (JO.IHiO TradeKmairs Bank. bookkeeper 10,000 Merchants' Exi-lianpc Bank. castler 6(10,900 CSty Bank. bookkeeper 400.000 The entire capital of the Atlantic Bank ($300,000) waa embezzled by its cashicr, and this was the ouly instance in which a sentence was incurred. The Bank of the State of New York lost $500,000 by the fraud of its officers, who retained the plunder with perfect immunity.- Neio York letter.