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son and Slidell. An English paper says: It appears from the statement of a gentleman who has accompanied them home that Messrs. Mason and Slidell left Fort Warren, at Boston, where they had been, confined, on the 1st of January, the first intimation of their release being conveyed to them by the arrival of a tipstaff to tCol. Dymock, the commandant of the fortress, who begged him to go, as he knew the man, and that no papers could be produced. The four prisoners were taken from Fort Warren in charge of the tipstaff and six marines, without any officer, and conveyed forty miles in a steam tug to Cape Sable, where they were transferred to Her Majest, Thomas on the 14th, about two hours before the Fleta sailed for this port. The health of the prisoners has not suffered in any way by their confinement in Fort Warren, although they describe both the prison and the treatment they received as being very bad. Capt. Hewitt, of the Rinaldo, did everything in his power to testify