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Messrs. Mason and Slidell --The New York Herald, of the 17th inst. says: Mason and Slidell, and their Secretaries, have turned up at last. Capt. Prey. of the brig Mountain Engle, which arrived at this port last night from Bermnds, reports that the British ship-of-war Gladiator doubtless the Binaida) arrived at St. GeorMason and Slidell, and their Secretaries, have turned up at last. Capt. Prey. of the brig Mountain Engle, which arrived at this port last night from Bermnds, reports that the British ship-of-war Gladiator doubtless the Binaida) arrived at St. George, Binalida on the 9th inst. with the rebel emissaries The steamer coated and salled for St. Thomas on the 10th inst. where Mason and Slidell would take the mail steamer for England. The friends of these persons will no doubt be glad to learn that they were in good health at last accounts. tless the Binaida) arrived at St. George, Binalida on the 9th inst. with the rebel emissaries The steamer coated and salled for St. Thomas on the 10th inst. where Mason and Slidell would take the mail steamer for England. The friends of these persons will no doubt be glad to learn that they were in good health at last accounts.
as usurpatons of power. 13. The proposition to liberate and arm negro slaves is unconstitutional, insulting to loyal citizens, a disgrace to the age, and calculated to retard the suppression of the rebellion. 14. A disregard of the writ of habeas corpus, and the imprisonment of citizens of loyal States, are flagrant violations of the Constitution. 15. Liberty of speech and press are inestimable rights to citizens, and formidable to tyrants only. 16. The seizure of Slidell and Mason is either legal or illegal. If the former, the nation has been humillated by their surrender under a threat; if the latter, they should have been delivered up before imprisonment. 17. The no-party cry of Republicans is hypocritical as shown by the partizan character of all civil appointments, and party caucusing at Washington. 18. The disclosures of enormous fraude, implicating the heads of the War and Navy Departments, demand a thorough investigation into all State and National exp