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ed you may find means to act with efficiency in moulding public opinion in those countries. The hearer of this goes in part to complete arrangements for more prompt communication, and I hope that for the future my dispatches will reach Europe more regularly and promptly. Your obedient servant, J. P. Benjamin, Secretary of State. Edwin de Leon, Esq., care of Hon. John Slidell, &c., Paris. Mr. Benjamin to Mr. Mason. [No. 7] Department of State,Richmond, September 26, 1862. Hon James M Mason &c., &c., &c., London: Sir --Since my No. 6, of 10th July, I have received three communications from you, (not numbered,) all of which arrived the 25th August. I also received duplicate of your No. 14, of 16th May. I enclose you, for information, copy of a dispatch sent to Mr, Mann on the subject of a recent convention between the United States and the King of Denmark relative to Africans captured from slavers at sea. It may be well to have an eye to the movements of the