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this contest; and of that proclamation, which had appeared in the Gazette and all the newspapers, the crews of vessels calling at ports would receive intelligence. Mr. E. P. Bouverie--Will the noble lord lay upon the table a copy of the dispatch from which he has read an extract? Lord J. Russell--Yes, in a day or two. Official letter from Lord John Russell. The following is a copy of the letter laid before the House of Common by Lord John Russell: Foreign Office, June 1, 1861. "To the Lord Commissioners of the Admiralty: "My Lords: Her Majesty's Government are, as you are aware, desirous of observing the strictest neutrality in the contest which appears to be imminent between the United States and the so styled Confederate States of North America; and with the view more effectually to carry out this principle, they propose to interdict the armed vessels, and also the privateers of both parties from carrying prizes made by them into ports, harbors, r