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ington, and those unable to work are to be sent to Craney Island. A conversation between Mr. Adams and Earl Russell about contraband trade. Private letters of a semi-official nature relativhich would sooner or later be felt by the British Cabinet both at home and abroad.--In a word, Mr. Adams proved that acts such as these were not calculated to confirm the United States in the genuineussell said in reply that it was with the utmost regret that he had learned the facts of which Mr. Adams was now complaining, and that he had done all he could to prevent the continuation of the illiect could but in a very limited way be controlled by the Government. Earl Russell assured Mr. Adams that the policy of the English Government concerning contraband trade was that of all other narings the details of this conversation says that, in conclusion, the British Minister promised Mr. Adams to send an account of his complaints to the Admiralty, with a recommendation to exercise the u