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invitations given by the English Foreign Secretary to all whom it may concern to come forward and perjure themselves, in the matter of the so-called Confederate steamers, seems to have had the desired effect. The vessels are to be detained, and Seward is to be gratified, at the small expense of damnation to the affidavit maker's soul, who obviously has sworn to what neither is the truth, nor, were it true, could be proved to be so.--in this matter Lord Russell has acted the part of the prosecuffended at some of the innumerable tirades against her, which find their way into their press, and stop the emigration from Ireland, she would put an end to the war in three months. But she does none of these things. She submits to be snubbed by Seward and Adams, and to be abused by the newspapers under their direction, with a meekness truly Christian, and continues to supply them with arms and men to fight their battles, just as if nothing had happened to render their relations disagreeable.
dvising them to organize a civil government under the authority of the United States. The steamer Arago, from New York for Charleston, carried eighty cases of shells containing Greek fire to be used in shelling the city from Morris Island. There is to be no draft, in Ohio, Illinois, or Indiana, the Governors of these States having given assurance to Lincoln that their quotas will be made up by volunteering. Sir Henry Holland, physician to Queen Victoria, is now a guest of Secretary Seward. He paid a visit to Lincoln last Friday, in company with the Secretary. Mrs. Margaret Beach, Miss Margaret Beach, Harriet Beach, Mildred Beach, Garrison Beach, Headley Beach, and Joseph T. Beach, were arrested at their home, near Fairfax C. H, Va., on the 20th inst., for giving aid and information to the rebels, and provided with snug quarters in the Old Capitol Prison at Washington. During the recent fights in Georgia Rosecrans had his headquarters four miles from the battle