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" if Washinttan. 3. Ue expected his er to Attorney Gen ct, which should have ion in the specula - o comments on the enclose you a copy y, the letter of Lord made public. You n y, 1S.'S, the Hritish Co - fully Ch - i; and to settle the who!. - controversy arnica by withdrawing from Central America. Clayton followed the introduction of letter with a forcible speech of an hour disgracefully seeks to evade the obligati of the treaty of 1850. Mr. Case stated inability to follow Mr. Clayton immodiat but indicated his purpose of so doing Monday next. After some further informal debate on subject, tlie subject of the Navy Ket'u Board was brought up by jir. .uasoi preset tation of Com. Thomas tip Catcsby J. al asking relief. Mr. Masi suppos t the poi r yet t rse the Hoard. He argued that the law authorizing the Hoard was not executed in all its pans. d so exhausted, until the nominations made fill vacancies consequent upon its recom - mdation have been confirmed. He helieved tvas yet within the province of Congress to itore all the officers who have been " read," read," although he admitted that it could jvide no remedy for those who hajre been dropped from the service. Mr. Benjamin bnetly replied to Mr. Mason in some reman:. He, as well as Mr. Clayton, expressed entire confidence that at the proper time the Retiring Board would be fully relieved of all obloquy, and be sustained by the country. Sigma.

Clipped from The Times-Picayune05 Feb 1856, TuePage 2

The Times-Picayune (New Orleans, Louisiana)05 Feb 1856, TuePage 2
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