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ngement that may meet the just claims of each of the States that were members of the Union, with which, from its beginning, the Government of the United Kingdom has entertained the most cordial relations. In obeying this order, the undersigned profits by the opportunity to offer to Messrs. Mason, Slidell and Mann the assurance of his very distinguished consideration. Manderstroem. The Government of the Netherlands Expresses an earnest desire for the re-establishment of peace. The Hague, December 30, 1864. Gentlemen: I have had the honor to receive, through the King's legation at Paris, your letter of the 11th of November last, accompanying a copy of the manifesto issued at Richmond on the 14th of June, 1864. In thanking you for the communication, and with an earnest wish for the prompt re-establishment of peace in America, I beg you, gentlemen, to accept the assurance of my high consideration. E. Crewens. Messrs. J. Slidell, J. M. Mason and A. Dudley Mann.