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Extracts from Northern journals. We publish below some interesting items of Northern news obtained from the columns of late papers which our neighbors of the Enquirer were fortunate enough to obtain in time for their issue of yesterday. [Special Washington Dispatch to the New York Herald dated Dec. 7.] The capture of Mason and Slidell. The personal friends of Secretary Seward are confident that the remark made by him in his speech on Tuesday evening, in response to a serenade, that the country would, within ten days, be electrified by more welcome news than they have yet heard, referred to the probability that within that time the entire acquiescence of the British Government in the taking of Mason and Slidell would be received. It is believed that Lord Lyons has intimated to Mr. Seward that his Government will assure him that they mean neutrality on board their vessels and every where else. Probable exchange of prisoners. It having transpired that the treat
Runaway. --five Dollars Reward. I will give the above reward for the apprehension and delivery to me of a negro boy named Isaiah, who ranaway from me about the 7th of December. Said boy is about 9 or 10 years old; slick black; belongs to Dr. Roddy; no marks or scars recollected. Chas. G. Talcott. de 12--2t* Supt. R. & D. R. R.