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t under the secession flag. A great urgency has been applied to the Secretary of State to induce his consent to publish his instructions to Mr. Adams, United States Minister at London, but he declined. The recently published letter to Mr. Dayton is well understood to be an Index to the entire European correspondence. The temper, spirit and purposes have been the same in all cases from the beginning of the Administration. It is understood that the Government has received from Mr. Dallas, Minister at London, particulars of his interview with her Majesty's Minister for Foreign Affairs, and on these the instructions to Mr. Adams are predicated. Mr. Preston's next dispatch from Spain, in reply to a demand for explanations relative to St. Domingo, and also about the recognition of the Southern Confederacy, are looked for with much interest. All the foreign ministers are anxiously making inquiries daily about the application of the blockade, but not a word of complain