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lls Secretary Black's attention to a letter from the Spanish Consul at Charleston, relative to customs affairs in that city. Next, Secretary Black is informed by Lord Lyons, that South Carolina authorities have removed the buoys, withdrawn the light-ship, ect., and requests that he cause the lights and beacons to be replaced to warn vessels of their danger, and, in conclusion, desire such information as will allay anxiety of British subjects. Mr. Schleider also complains, under date of January 8th, that the lights in Charleston harbor have been extinguished. Among the documents is also a letter from ex-Judge Magrath, dated from Executive Department of South Carolina, saying that the activity of the pilots will prevent any serious injury or inconvenience to commerce. On the 10th instant Secretary Black replied to Lord Lyons, and sent a copy of his letter to Messrs. Schleider and Tassaro. He says that he had laid Lord Lyons' communication before the President, who wo