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tion does not think it necessary to dwell at length on the importance of this question, as affecting the general interests of commerce, but feels called upon, representing an important interest, to address your lordship on the subject. I am, therefore, instructed by the Association respectfully to press this matter on your lordship's earnest consideration. I have the honor to be, my lord, your lordship's most obedient, humble servant. Francis A. Clint, Chairman. To the Bright Hon. Earl Russell, Foreign Office, London. Lord John Russell's reply. Foreign Office, Jan. 15. I am directed by Earl Russell to acknowledge the receipt of a letter which on behalf of the Liverpool Shipowners' Association, you addressed to him on the 13th instant, calling his attention to the course which the Federal Government of the United States have adopted for closing the main channel of Charleston harbor by sinking there vessels laden with stone, and expressing the fear of the Associat