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ved from London by the last packet from the leading American bankers, Mr. George Peabody and Mr. Bates, stating their own opinion to be that the British Government is desirous of preserving peace with the United States, and that it will not recognize the Confederate States, nor attempt to raise the blockade of their ports. Some hesitation in business is caused in Boston and New York by an apprehension that the British Government will resent the arrest of the ministers Messrs. Mason and Slidell. Stocks have also fallen in consequence of the uncertainty as to future relations with Great Britain. Upon the authority of the British Annual Register, I mentioned that Mr. Laurens, on passage to Holland as minister from the colonies, was captured in a "Congress packet, the Mercury." It appears however from Mr. Lauren's correspondence that the Mercury was a Dutch packet, and that Holland was then a neutral. Grand review — a sham battle. Washington, Nov. 22. --Gen. Smith's
Messrs. Mason and Sildell. The accounts from Northern sources disagree in regard to the attitude of the British Minister respecting the seizure of Messrs. dason and Slidell. A dispatch from Washington, Nov. 19th, says his expressions of disapproval are open and unguarded, while later is patches contradict this so far as to avow that he has maintained a strict reserve. The Canadian papers come out squarely and denounce the act, and we confidently anticipate some thunder are long from the other side of the Atlantic. It is apparent, from various indications in the Northern papers, that there is a well-defined apprehension of trouble to issue from the blunder of the Illinois lawyer.
Affair. Lord Lyons Contends that Mason and Slidell must be returned to England — the Spanish Minister since the news of the capture of Messrs. Mason and Slidell.--Unofficially he is almost impertinent, and in cone act of Capt. Wilkes, and return Messrs. Mason and Slidell to England. The Spanish Minister has openly declared that if Messrs. Mason and Slidell had been taken from a Spanish ship, he would have immediately demanded g tone, and to have declared that Messrs. Mason and Slidell must be given up, or ample reparation made for the ctness of the conduct of Capt. Wilkes in taking Messrs. Slidell and Mason; and I am informed that Secretary Chal are delighted at the seizure of Messrs. Mason and Slidell, and their Secretaries, Eustis and McFarland, excepuse the latter will apologize, and return Mason and Slidell. Many diplom tists, including some friendly to thesevere articles on the seizure of Messrs. Mason and Slidell. The Globe says it will and to the strength and di