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tion with my men has made me rather emphatic in all my thoughts and words in regard to certain things. 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 Abolitionist liberty at home and abroad; while we esteem him for what he has said and done so heroically and effectively in behalf of the millions in bondage, to his own outlawry from his native State--and believe the sole object of his correspondence with Mr. Mason was to unmask more clearly to the people of Europe the slaveholding designs of the Confederate States as the only ground and motive of their rebellion — we nevertheless, utterly repudiate his action in this particular as ill-judged and unwarran