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Late Northern News.Lord Lyons not satisfied with the action of Seward.preparations for war still going on in England.&c., &c., &c., Northern dates to the 1st instant have been received at Norfolk by flag of truce from Fortress Monroe. We present our readers this morning with a few brief extracts of the most important news, our limited space interdicting a more copious selection: The surrender of Mason and Slidell--Lord Lyons does not agree to Seward's terms of the in release,&c. In addition to what is furnished below, the Norfolk Day Book learns from verbal sources that Seward and Lyons have had a consultation on the release of Mason and Slidell.Seward has surrendered these gentlemen, but the terms of the surrender does not come up to the demands of the ultimatum. A part of the Yankee's bargain is that Wilkes is not to be censured, no way. This part of the bargain, however, does nor suit the British demand, and consequently the matter is not entirely satisfactory. The