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ated to Mr. Adams the substance of M. Thouvenel's dispatch to M. Mercier as I had heard it from M. de Flahault. Mr. Adams said that the French Government had always been very consistent in their maintenance of the rights of neutrals. He added that he could not pay our Government the same compliment. I said I would dispense with compliments if this matter could be amicably arranged. We parted on very friendly terms, I am, &c., (Signed) Russell. Lord Lyons to Earl Russell (received January 9) Washington, Dec. 27, 1861. My Lord: I have the honor to enclose a copy of a note which I have this morning received from Mr. Seward, in answer to your Lordship's dispatch of the 30th of last month, relative to the removal of Mr. Mason, Mr. Sidell, Mr. Macfarland, and Mr. Eustis, from the British mail packet Trent. The note contains a very long and very elaborate dissertation on the questions of international law involved in the case. I have not time, before the departure of t