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e jurisdiction asserted by the United States, and had not been chased from the blockade lines, but was way laid on the ocean highway by the Yankee cruiser. We Mr. Pollard, since his return to Richmond, that his correspondence on this subject with Lord Lyons was only partially published; that he was compelled to make a temporary aBritish officials that the question was new to their Government, and could not be avoided by it, if there was a firm resolution to press it on their attention. Mr. Pollard thinks that Lord Lyons was really sensible of the outrage that had been committed, but had it conveniently pigeon-holed in the Home Department after the approved diplomatic fashion of dodging unpleasant questions. When Mr. Pollard was in Fort Warren, he received the following letter from the British Minister: "British Legation, Washington, D. C.,"May 20th, 1864. "Sir: I have received your letter of the day before yesterday. "On receiving your telegram of the 24th ins