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abor as they are able to save to the production of supplies of provision and forage to enable them to continue the war? The effect will be further developed as time goes on, in opening a way for that servile war which, if it shall be permitted to come, will produced infinite suffering throughout the world, and can only at last result in an entirely new system of trade and commerce between the United States and all foreign nations. Earl Russell's Reply. Foreign Office, London, July 28, 1862. Sir --I have left hitherto unanswered and unnoticed the dispatch of Mr. Seward, which Mr. Adams delivered more than a month age. I have done so partly because the military events referred to in it were, in the opinion of Her Majesty's Government, far from being decisive, and partly because there was no proposal in it upon which Her Majesty's Government were called upon to come to any conclusion. Events subsequent to the date of Mr. Seward's letter have shown that Her Majesty'