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iscourteous to His Royal Highness. I unhesitatingly answer that I neither saw nor heard anything insulting, unkind or discourteous to the Prince. I considered the reception of His Royal Highness at Richmond to be in no degree interior in courtesy and cordiality to that which he met with in the other cities which he visited in the United States. I need say no more to assure you that it was regarded as perfectly satisfactory, and remembered with pleasure and gratitude. I am, sir. your Honor's most obedient, humble servant. Lyons.The Honorable Joseph Mayo,"Mayor of Richmond." "Richmond, Dec. 18, 1860. My Dear Sir: In reply to the interrogatory propounded by you to me this morning, relative to the alleged insult offered to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, curing his recent visit to this city. I can most unhesitatingly affirm that I neither saw nor heard any act or word that could, in the remotest degree, be construed into a mark of disrespect to His Royal H