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irely approved by her Majesty. The discretion and good temper you have shown have contributed greatly to the success of our operations. In order to give your Lordship, by a public document, a proof that you have acted strictly according to the instructions you have received, I enclose an extract, annexed to this dispatch, of a private letter addressed to you on the 1st of December last. I am, &c. (Signed) Russell. Extract of a private letter from Earl Russell to Lord Lyons, dec. 1, 1861. The dispatches which were agreed to at the Cabinet yesterday, and which I have signed this morning, impose upon you a disagreeable task. My wish would be that, at your first interview with Mr. Seward, you should not take my dispatch with you, but prepare him for it, and ask him to settle with the President and the Cabinet what course they would propose. The next time you should bring my dispatch, and read it to him fully. If he asks what will be the consequence of his refu