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Assistant Adj't Gen. American topics — M. D. Conway Vs. J. M. Mason. The following correspondence has been referred to briefly. It appeared originally in the London Times, to which Mr. Mason sent it for publication: Aurrey House Notting Hill. London. W., June 10, 1863. Sir: I have authority to make the following proposition on behalf of the leading antislavery men of America, who have sent me to this country: If the States calling themselves "The Confederate States ofke this offer,"I will at once give you my reply, the character of which, however, must depend on what I may learn of your authority in the premises. I am, sir, your obedient servant, J. M. Mason. Moncure D. Conway, Esq. Aubrey House, Notting Hill, W., June 16, 1863. Sir: Your note of the 11th has been received. I could easily give you the evidence that I represent the views of the leading Abolitionists of America, but with regard to the special offer which I have made I ha