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s. I speak emphatically, because I emphatically feel all that my tongue finds to say. The official repudiation of Mr. Conway's overture to Mr. Mason--action of the Executive Committee of the "American anti-slavery Society." The Anti-Slavery Standard, published in Boston, contains the official repudiation of Mr. Conway's action in London, in offering on the part of the Yankee Abolitionists to stop the war if the Confederacy would abolish slavery. The resolution of the Society reads: And whereas, the public may infer from this statement that Mr. Conway represents, or is authorized to speak for, the Abolitionists of this country, we deem if our duty to declare that he has no authority from this society, nor, as we believe, fromat he was neither sent by the Abolitionists nor in any sense their agent. And while we have not the slightest doubt of Mr. Conway's zealous intentions to serve the cause of impartial liberty at home and abroad; while we esteem him for what he has sa