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nce. We have published the gist of the correspondence between Mr. Mason and Lord Russell, on the questions of the legality of the blockads, not to say rudeness, of manner of the British Minister towards Mr. Mason, (afterwards only partially stoned by a disavowal of any personaltempt for the subforfuges resorted to to cover a selfish policy. Mr. Mason discharged his duty, fully and plainly proved upon the British Godence would prompt most persons to desire the immediate recall of Mr. Mason; but a little reflection will change this feeling. Mr. Mason hasMr. Mason has not yet been recognized and received as a Minister from this Government, itself unrecognized. Therefore he has no position to retire from, should preclude us from renewing it; but we see no humiliation in Mr. Mason's remaining in London to be ready for any event that may turn up,hey are important, and may be seriously affected. Therefore, let Mr. Mason stay, as it is no doubt the desire of our own Government he shoul