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s continent. A deputation of the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society waited upon the United States Minister, Charles Francis Adams, on the 10th ult., and offered him an address, signifying their pleasure at welcoming an Ambassador who held principles in accordance with their own. Mr. Adams made a reply, sufficiently abolition in tone to satisfy the members of the deputation, who, after some further ceremony, withdrew. Comments of the London times. The answer of Mr. Adams is fMr. Adams is formal enough, as befits the representative of a country which knows seriously and practically the questions which there Englishmen only study as amateurs. Mr. Lincoln's representative is, no doubt attached to his principles and his party. These brwith severity as rebels, according to the temper which they may display, is the desire of the Northern politicians, and Mr. Adams indicates it clearly enough.--But such is not the action of the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society. To these phi