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id, from that dispatch that the Government of Washington had not authorized the capture of the two insurgents, Mason and Slidell, and that the United States Government stood quite uncommitted at the time of sending the dispatch. I said that if the dispatch did not enter into any controversy with regard to the case of Messrs. Mason and Slidell, I should be glad to hear it read. Mr. Adams then proceeded to read the dispatch. It commenced by referring with approbation to a speech made uthorized the seizure would stand in the place of an apology. But the essential condition was, that Mr. Mason and Mr. Slidell should be given up to Lord Lyons. Mr. Adams said that if the matter was stated to Mr. Seward in the manner I had expla on its becoming acquainted with the outrage, could affect the policy and expediency of a surrender of Messrs. Mason and Slidell, or the reverse; but it could not alter the character, in the eyes of international law, of the act committed in the Bah