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ans — Butler Recognizes the British Consul. On the morning of the 5th, Commander Hewett, of her Britannic Majesty's sloop-of-war Rinaldo, called upon General Butltleman, and thereby placed himself on a par with those guilty of such acts. Capt. Hewett said that Mr. Coppell had told him that he had no intention of conveying inse, and he thought Mr. Coppell would be willing to withdraw the expressions. Capt. Hewett was very anxious that the matter should be amicably settled, as there were a that gentleman: British Consulate, New Orleans, July 5. Sir: Captain Hewett, of H. B. M. ship Rinaldo, has informed me that in conversation with you on The withdrawal of the offensive expressions is sufficient and accepted. Commander Hewett, of H. B. M. sloop-of- war Rinaldo, now in this harbor, informs me that hee you as Acting Consul of her Majesty the Queen of Great Britain, and that Commander Hewett does recognize you in that official capacity. This seems sufficient for t