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n days before Mr. Seward's dispatch was written, speaks, amongst other things, on the general approval given to the act in Washington, adding even that the interest in the question had become there already exhausted, and that public attention was engaged with other matters. Mr. Seward had been, therefore, in no great hurry to deliver any opinion on the Trent affair, when, in reply to a note of Mr. Adams, of the 15th, he "hastened" to write the note which was to leave by the mail of the 4th of December. By that time, however, there appears to have dawned upon his mind the idea that the outrage on the British flag might not be taken in England very quietly. He had been for a fortnight in full possession of the chief facts of the case. He had been for several 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 Capt