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hich Her Majesty's Government expected to receive should not be offered by Mr. Seward, to propose to that Minister to make such redress as alone would satisfy the British nation — namely, first, the liberation of the four gentlemen taken from on board the Trent, and their delivery to your lordship, in order that they might again be placed under British protection; and, secondly, a suitable apology for the aggression which had been committed. I received, yesterday, your dispatch of the 27th ult., enclosing a note to you from Mr. Seward, which is, in substance, the answer to my dispatch of the 20th of November. Proceeding at once to the main points in discussion between us, her Majesty's Government have carefully examined how for Mr. Majesty's again placed under British protection, I find that the note concludes by stating that the prisoners will be cheerfully liberated, and by calling upon your Lordship to indicate a time and place for receiving them. No condition