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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.
settle the matter, though it appears they have been sent off. Our friends at the North are in ecstasies at the promising condition of affairs for our cause, whilst the Northerners are very much down at the month.
The New York Tribune of the 1st inst., says that "although it is not expected that Great Britain will directly, or by the implication of silence, assent to all the positions of Secretary Seward in his dispatches to Earl Russell, there is little doubt that its conclusion will be acc