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l guns are in the lathes; on these they work both night and day. A few other guns are waiting their turn to go through the same operation. Reported Capture of Mason and Slidell. The New York Tribune, of Oct. 16th, says editorially: Unless the rebel emissaries, Mason and Slidell, suddenly changed the place agreed upoMason and Slidell, suddenly changed the place agreed upon for their exodus from the rebel States, they have not, as represented in the Southern journals, sailed for Europe from Charleston in defiance of the blockade. But directly the intelligence published to-day reached here, the Navy Department, with commendable zeal and promptness, ordered a fast steamer to intercept them, and a dispatch from New York to Secretary Welles was received to-night, stating that the steamer was ready and would start off at once. If, however, Mason and Slidell have not sailed from Charleston, but have taken the route first agreed upon, they will still find our Government on the watch for them. The Probabilities of an early
her errors to protest against but those of Romanists? In the creed we professed to believe in the Catholic Church. He wanted a name which would take us back to the days of the Saviour and apostles. Mr. Fairbanks, of Florida, was at a loss to discover how Protestant came to be applied as a name to the Church — it was superfluous. The argument to retain it upon the ground of expediency was wholly untenable. They were not to regard expediency; it was the lowest ground of action. Dr. Mason, of North Carolina, had never liked the title. It had always seemed to him to be sectarian. But it was hard to get rid of. He would gladly escape from it, but the attempt might entail confusion, and require endless explanations. Bishop Elliott would be extremely loth to strike out a term which was a standing rebuke of Rome's peculiar assumption, that she is the Catholic Church of the world.--The English Church gloried in it, and even the Queen had to take an oath to support the Prot