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ssrs. Forsyth and Crawford. April 8, 1861. The foregoing memorandum was filed in this department on the 15th of March last. A delivery of the same, however, to Messrs. Forsyth and Crawford was delayed, as was understood, with their comight be made to their lodgings. Why this was not done it is proper should be here explained. The memorandum is dated March 15, and was not delivered until April 8. Why was it withheld during the intervening twenty- three days? In the postscript t understood, with their (Messrs. Forsyth and Crawford's) consent." This is true; but it is also true that on the 15th of March Messrs. Forsyth and Crawford were assured by a person occupying a high official position in the Government, and who, States of America, having thus made answer to all they deem material in the memorandum filed in the department on the 15th of March last, have the honor to be, John Forstte, Martin J. Crawford, A. B. Roman. A true copy of the origin