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England and Yankeedom. --When we fire learned essentially that Seward had backed out, and determined to deliver up Messrs Mason and Slidell, although we had expected such an issue, we nevertheless felt sorry, if not disappointed. We had just a faint spark of hope that he would be fool enough to stand up to his bluster. We were anxious to see the Yankee fleet sunk or burned, the Yankee intruders at Old Point, Port Royal and Ship Island cut off from all succor by sea and left in our hands, New York and Boston bombarded and burnt to the ground, the Yankee steamboats on the Mississippi driven aground and set on fire, a heavy Confederate force thrown on shore in Maryland by the British fleet, Yankeedom invaded from Canada by a British army, and the whole vile race reduced to beg pardon of the civilized world for their baseness, insolence, and inhumanity. We say we had some faint hopes of seeing this consummation, and we are not altogether sure we shall not see it before another sum
ees of Foreign Affairs of both Houses. After the feast he read the correspondence between Lord Lyons and himself, ending with the announcement of the surrender of Mason and Slidell. All took it with composure save Crittenden, who "blesed" and called down imprecations upon Wilken's head for subjecting us to shame and humiliation. at they were not taking the man Henderson, one of the negroes broke out and made his escape. What became of other negroes he did not know. The Substitutes of Mason and very improbable Story. The following very improbable paragraph we copy from the Halifax (N. S.) Express the 13th ult.: Some few weeks ago it was announced dispatch, that immediately on the of the intelligence of the capture of Slidell and Mason in the Southern Messrs. Hunter and Breckinridge had appointed in their place; and that the would make his way on to Halifax, and proceed in the Cunard steamer to Europe. The dispatch turns out to be correct. Mr. Breckinridge, it