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it at war with a neighbor. The arrival of Mason and Slidell. An English paper says: It appears from the statleman who has accompanied them home that Messrs. Mason and Slidell left Fort Warren, at Boston, where they had been, confinedl of a tipstaff to tell them to go out of their prison. Mr. Slidell asked him for his papers, to show his authority for the taking. The tipstaff replied that he had none, on which Mr Slidell declined to leave; but he at length yielded to the solicchant service, with whom they have come in contact. Mr Slidell left here by the 11.30 A. M. Train for London, whence he proceeds to Paris, where Mrs. Slidell and family are awaiting his arrival. Mr. Mason followed by the 2 o'clock train, a teas undoubtedly increased as the news spread that Mason and Slidell were on board — curiosity to see the four men whose case hthe officers of the Nashville waited upon Messrs Mason and Slidell to pay their respects, immediately on the arrival of the P