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The dead bodies of Seymour and Taylor were found stripped of their clothing and their skulls mashed in as if done by the butt of a carbine. No other wounds were visible, and it is, therefore, supposed the men were beaten to death. A woman living in the vicinity stated that the rebels carried away three of their own dead, together with six wounded. From her description of the uniform, two of the latter belonged to the Brooklyn company. The arrest of Messrs. Mason and Slidell. "Ion," the special Washington correspondent of the Baltimore Sun, dated Nov. 19th, says: The arrest of the Confederate envoys on board a British packet will serve as a test of the disposition of the British Government towards the Federal Government in the present contest. They can, if they please, make it a pretext for a quarrel, if their policy render a rupture desirable. The British journals show that the public mind is deeply agitated by the distress which threatens, if it has not actual