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ondence that has passed between the British and American Governments on the subject of the Trent. The more important of them have already been made known through the American press. The additional dispatches which now appear are, however, full of interest, and present the case in some new lights. Following Earl Russell's dispatch demanding reparation, already published, there comes another dispatch from Earl Russell, as follows: Correspondence on the Trent affair. Foreign Office, Dec. 9, 1861 My Lord: Mr. Adams came to me to-day, at the Foreign Office, at 3 o'clock. He said he came to ask two questions which concerned himself personally. I interrupted him to ask whether what he was going to say was by order of his Government, or from his own sense of what he ought to do? Mr. Adams answered that the proceeding was entirely his own, but that he had with him a dispatch from Mr. Seward, which he was authorized to read to me if he should think fit to do so. It appea