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affirms that no instructions were given to Capt. Wilkes which authorized him to act in the manner htates insisted on maintaining the action of Capt. Wilkes, the United States would be abandoning theiclares that no directions had been given to Capt. Wilkes, or to any other naval officer, to arrest tates Government had alleged that, although Captain Wilkes had no previous instruction for that purpohich had thus sanctioned the proceeding of Captain Wilkes, would have become responsible for the oriof Her Majesty's Government, to that which Captain Wilkes had done. Mr. Seward, in his answer, poinits nature, has been termed a disavowal of Captain Wilkes, is singularly enough dated on the very saNovember, of the circumstances under which Captain Wilkes had perpetrated the outrage. The act of CCaptain Wilkes was either legal or illegal, and the principles and precedents by which its legal or iby Mr. Seward, of the outrage committed by Captain Wilkes; this is the declaration which, in the nat[1 more...]