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Foreign Office, Dec. 9, 1861 My Lord: Mr. Adams came to me to-day, at the Foreign Office, atm his own sense of what he ought to do? Mr. Adams answered that the proceeding was entirely hidell, I should be glad to hear it read. Mr. Adams then proceeded to read the dispatch. It comferring with approbation to a speech made by Mr. Adams at the Mansion House, and proceeded to noticrd Palmerston in a conversation he held with Mr. Adams in reference to the James Adger. Mr. Sed also to Lord Palmerston. In answer to Mr. Adams, I touched upon most of the points treated owo days before reading to him the dispatch. Mr. Adams asked whether the direction to Lord Lyons tobandoning their doctrine and adopting ours.--Mr. Adams asked me a further question, which he said Ircier as I had heard it from M. de Flahault. Mr. Adams said that the French Government had always bhe Trent affair, when, in reply to a note of Mr. Adams, of the 15th, he "hastened" to write the not[6 more...]