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son and Slidell, and their Secretaries. The question will be discussed afterwards. The gun-boat Landril, which sailed Tuesday for New York, has dispatches to Admiral Milne, directing him to repair at once with a large fleet to Boston harbor to receive the Southern Commissioners. The fleet will be composed of about 45 vessels. 's messenger and bearer of dispatches for his Government, and a bearer of dispatches to our Minister, Mr. Adams, went out in her. Dispatches from Lord Lyons to Admiral Milne were also placed aboard the British gunboat Landril, which sailed immediately for Bermuda. [extract from an editorial in the News Sheet, of the 21st.] ed that the demand is restricted for the present to the surrender of the Southern Commissioners on board a British vessel; and that a dispatch has been sent to Admiral Milne directing him to proceed at once to Boston harbor with a fleet of forty-five vessels. We have every reason to believe that the statement which we have given i