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sider your mission at an end, and that you withdraw with your Secretary from London." Having made known to your Lordship on my arrival here the character and purposes of the mission entrusted to me by my Government, I have deemed it due to courtesy thus to make known to the Government of Her Majesty its termination, and that I shall, as directed, at once withdraw from England. I have the honor to be Your Lordship's very ob't serv't, J. M. Mason. On this letter the London Index makes the following comments, (supposed to be "inspired,") setting forth several reasons for the withdrawal, which are not embodied in Mr. Mason's letter: "Mr. Slidell, we understand, will remain in France, as special commissioner to that Government, nor is it at all contemplated to terminate that mission, and yet France, equally with England, has so far refrained from entering into international relations with the Confederate States. There must be, then, some over-ruling cause for th