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offer to your Lordship a renewed assurance of my very high consideration. William H. Seward. Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. Washington Dec. 27, 1861. Hor. Wm. H. Seward, &c, &c.: Sir: --I have this morning received the note which you did me the honor to address to me yesterday, in answer to Earl Russell's dispatch of t ignorance of this condition of things, of our manner of regarding it. I request you, therefore, sir, to seize the first occasion of opening yourself frankly to Mr. Seward, and, if he asks it, send him a copy of this dispatch. Receive, sir, the assurance of my high consideration. Thouvenel. Monsieur Henri Mercier, Minister of the Emperor at Washington. Mr. Seward to Mr Mercier. Department of State, Washington, Dec. 27, 1861. Sir: I have submitted to the President the copy you were so good as to give me on the dispatch addressed to you of the 3d December instant, concerning the recent proceedings of Capt. Wilkes, in arresting certain
offer to your Lordship a renewed assurance of my very high consideration. William H. Seward. Lord Lyons to Mr. Seward. Washington Dec. 27, 1861. Hor. Wm. H. Seward, &c, &c.: Sir: --I have this morning received the note which you did me the honor to address to me yesterday, in answer to Earl Russell's dispatch of t ignorance of this condition of things, of our manner of regarding it. I request you, therefore, sir, to seize the first occasion of opening yourself frankly to Mr. Seward, and, if he asks it, send him a copy of this dispatch. Receive, sir, the assurance of my high consideration. Thouvenel. Monsieur Henri Mercier, Minister of the Emperor at Washington. Mr. Seward to Mr Mercier. Department of State, Washington, Dec. 27, 1861. Sir: I have submitted to the President the copy you were so good as to give me on the dispatch addressed to you of the 3d December instant, concerning the recent proceedings of Capt. Wilkes, in arresting certain