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d.] Real Russell to Lord Lyons. Foreign Office, Jan. 11, 1862. My Lord: --In my dispatch to you of the 30th of November, after informing you of the circumstances which had occurred in relation to the capture of the four persons taken frhe discussions which Mr. Seward has raised upon points not prominently brought in to question in my dispatch of the 30th of November. I there objected, on the part of Her Majesty's Government, to that which Captain Wilkes had done. Mr. Seward, in hply recommend an attentive consideration of the following facts: The dispatch of Mr. Seward to Mr. Adams, of the 30th November, which, by a gross misconception of its nature, has been termed a disavowal of Captain Wilkes, is singularly enough da days in possession of all the official reports bearing on the act. He could learn nothing more than he knew on the 30th of November, of the circumstances under which Captain Wilkes had perpetrated the outrage. The act of Captain Wilkes was either