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inal and complete. The bad weather and horrible condition of the roads are causes ascribed to bringing about the late inaction of the army of the Potomac and other forces of the U. S. Seward publishes a letter explaining his reasons for permitting British troops to pass through Maine. He says they were allowed to do so from considerations of humanity. The bark Trinity left Boston on Sunday last for Fortress Monroe, with 380 rank and file and eleven officers, prisoners from Fort Warren, to be exchanged, and returned to their homes in the South. Several companies of Lincoln Missouri soldiers having exhibited a mutinous spirit, were disarmed, by order of Gen. Halleck, and sent to Cairo, to work on the fortifications. Late letters from Quebec state that the Canadians are contemplating and discussing the annexation of Maine to the British American possessions. The New York Herald says that this will greatly accelerate the work of fortifying Portland and other poi
ent to Paris and had an interview with the Emperor Napoleon and showed him Mr. Seward's endorsement. The Emperor promptly declared that he should be allowed to return to his place of business. The French Minister of Foreign Affairs prepared the necessary papers for the French Minister at Washington, and Mr. de Bebian returned to the United States. He called on Mr. Seward for a passport to enable him to return to Wilmington, but he was refused it. On the next day the French Minister called on Mr. Seward, exhibited some documents, and asked for a passport for Mr. de Bebian to return to Wilmington, and Mr. Seward very cheerfully granted it. Mr. de Bebian has applied to the Federal Congress for the amount of damages he has sustained, and it is probable he will be reimbursed. He claims to be a French citizen. Fifteen officers and 380 privates were to have been released from Fort Warren and leave Boston yesterday en route South. The merchant seamen are also to be released.