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t, will leave with him a copy of the same. I shall expect to be favored by a speedy notification of the fulfilment of this commission. I have to present to you the renewed assurance of my profound consideration. Bernstoff. Reply of Mr. Seward to the Prussian Minister. The Prussian Government, through its Minister here, having endorsed the course of England in the Trent affair, Secretary Seward, in response, while transmitting to him a copy of the printed documents bearing upon tSecretary Seward, in response, while transmitting to him a copy of the printed documents bearing upon the subject, trusts they will satisfy the Government of Prussia; that if the general peace of the world is to be broken, the fault will not be in anything the United States have done to produce such a disaster, or in the omission to do anything which a just and generous power could do to prevent it. The United States, at a very early day, addressed themselves to the unappreciated task of securing the incorporation, of a just, equal, and humane principle in the code of maritime war; they have ener