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Seward's Dispatch to Mr. Adams about the Rams. The Washington papers publishes the dispatch from Seward to Mr. Adams the Federal Minister in London dated July 11th, 1863. We give it in full, as it is both important and interesting. The old "ninety days" promise may be found in the concluding sentence, which is so entirely woMr. Adams the Federal Minister in London dated July 11th, 1863. We give it in full, as it is both important and interesting. The old "ninety days" promise may be found in the concluding sentence, which is so entirely worthy of puerility, assuring Lord Russell that the military strength of the Confederacy, "can hardly be deemed permanently formidable;" Department of State,Washington, July 11, 1863 sir: your dispatches of the 25th of June, (no. 438.) has been received, together with three paper books containing a report of the trial of the last month, sustained an aggregate loss of fifty thousand men, which, I think, it will be very difficult it not impossible, to replace, and without their being replaced, their military strength can hardly be deemed permanently formidable. I am, sir, your, obed't servant, Wm. H. Seward. Charles Francis Adams. Esq., &c.