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soon acknowledge us. Morris Seligman. As we have said before, the very important question arises whether the allegations of this letter are true; because, if they are, no doubt whatever remains that Lord Lyons and Mr. Russell are both with the South and against the North in this war. The letter is dated August 3. Muir was arrested in Jersey City, August 14, and Mr. Seligman's letter was at that time in his possession. Mr. Russell's letter was published in the London Times of August 7, and did not reach this city until the 19th--five days after Mr. Seligman's letter was seized. It answers fully and emphatically to Mr. Seligman's description, when he says that "it disposes of the Yankees." But this is a general commentary, and easily complied with. There is a much more important and, at the same time, minute particular in which it verifies the statement of Mr. Seligman. In that letter, speaking of Mr. Jefferson Davis. Mr. Russell says: "He has already proved that he ha