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, that on the 27th of January, Mr. Schleider wrote to the Secretary of State, Mr. Black, informing him that he had received a letter from the Bremen Consul at Charlenvenience. Mr. Tassaro, the Spanish Minister, on December 31st, calls 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 Next, Secretary Black is informed by Lord Lyons, that South Carolina authorities have removed the buoys, withdrawn the light-ship any serious injury or inconvenience to commerce.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 Charleston should suffer by the anamolous state of things existing there. Secretary Black then quotes from the law to show that the jurisdiction of the Federal Govet practically arises. Each case will no doubt have its peculiarities, and Secretary Black regrets that this consideration compels him to decline giving any assuranc