in most of the Christian capitals, particularly in London.
A formal call was made in the British Parliament,t it being rumored and believed, soon afterward, in London, that the prisoners had been released, no steps weril it was too late.
Mr. Mason, our Commissioner in London, interested himself at once in the matter, but was gh there was a continuous line of telegraph between London and Gibraltar—
I have had the honor to receivee to coal, I resolved to lay her up, and proceed to London, and consult with my Government as to my future cou
I might possibly have had coal shipped to me from London, or some other English port, but this would have intful and proper to consult with our Commissioner in London, Mr. Mason, and to obtain his consent before finallcommand, as fast as paid off, and they embarked for London, on their way to another ship, or to the Confederatselves to the Department.
I will myself proceed to London, and after conferring with Mr. Mason, make the best