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presentations made at European Courts. The Washington correspondent of the New York Tribune asserts (on the 24th ult.) that in their Paris dispatches the United States Government has received correspondence which states that Messrs. Masan and Slidell, having exhausted all argument for the recognition of the Southern Confederacy without success, have determined to assert its independence as regards its relations with other countries, in such a way as to make that recognition necessary to the by the Confederate Government, and its agents through the Confederacy until foreign Powers put an end to this anomalous state of things by receiving it in the councils of nations. This note, I am informed, has been sent to Messrs. Mason and Slidell, with instructions to communicate it to all the European Cabinets. The destruction of the cutter Cushing. The following is an extract copied from the private note book found upon L. Reld, of the Tacony, when he was captured at Portland.