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The dismissal of the British Consuls — official correspondence. The fact that the Consuls of Great Britain in the Confederate States have been ordered by the President to leave the country has been published. The official correspondence relat
ve no means of communicating with the British Government for the correction of misunderstandings.
You are aware that Great Britain has no diplomatic agent accredited to us, and that Earl Russell having declined a personal interview with Mr. Mason, overnment for the exercise of the comity between "independent" States supposed to be involved in this subject, whilst Great Britain was persistently refusing to recognize the independence which alone could justify the appeal.
Since the date of ndency to impair the amity which it is equally the interest and the desire of this Government to cherish with that of Great Britain.
The President wishes a copy of this dispatch to be placed by you in the hands of Earl Russell. I am, &c., J