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ut it continues to be agitated in the Northern papers, and the National Intelligencer, under the immediate inspiration of Seward, publishes a whole broadside to justify the act. We have, therefore, changed our first resolution, and shall proceed to e the French Chambers. The ground assumed both by Mr. Webster and Gen. Cass, afford no countenance to the new doctrine of Seward. The latter more especially would not admit the right of visit, even under the pretext of ascertaining the character of ed no Government had the right to do, the other suffers what its adversary always maintained it had no right to inflict. Seward having shouldered the responsibility, it may be asked, more pertinently than before, what he meant by the act? Perhaps hnkees, nor will it arouse any very strong feeling of sympathy or affection on the part of any other European Government. Seward, when called to account, will say that he arrested Messrs. Mason and Slidell because they were guilty of treason and rebe