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ssuing of Letters of Marque. the position of the United States on the question — the action of England and France in regard to the treaty of Paris.--the Final Answer of Mr. Seward, &c. In our edition of Friday last appeared a special telegraphic dispatch, briefly referring to the subjoined letter. We publish it entire, as it is a matter of some importance at this time: Mr. Seward to Mr. Dayton. Department of State,Washington, Sept. 10, 1861. Sir: Your dispatch of August 22. (No. 35) has been received. I learn from it that Mr. Thouvenel is unwilling to negotiate for an accession by the United States to the declaration of the Congress of Paris concerning the rights of neutrals in maritime war, except "on a distinct understanding that it is to have no bearing, directly or indirectly, on the question of the domestic difficulty now existing in our country," and that to render the matter certain, Mr. Thouvenel proposes to make a written declaration simultaneously