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one down with the fleet, with the intention to take off what pieces of spare and rigging remain above the water's edge after the ships are sunk.
The arrest of Mason and Slidell — Seward defends the arrest and says the Federal Government is prepared to sustain it.
From the special Washington dispatch to the New York World we extract the following relative to the arrest of our Commissioners, Messrs. Mason and Slidell.
It is well known here that the steamer which left New York to-day for England carried out to Minister Adams the views of the Administration on the arrest of the Confederate Ambassadors, and the instructions for his course in the preunder any circumstances demand the release of the prisoners, as the question involved is not the guilt of the parties but the right of their capture.
Slidell and Mason were citizens of a foreign power their release might be demanded, if their seizure were not in accordance with international law; but the English Government will n
ers by a majority of nearly, if not quite, one hundred to one, and a new Convention, the members of which have just been chosen, will assemble at Wheeling on the 26th inst., to ratify the action of the people.
The new State will be called the Kanawha, and will contain a population of two hundred and ninety-two thousand, including about eight thousand slaves.
It will be composed of the following counties: