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Commerce And The Mails

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Washington, Max 4. Tlic fiillowing important circular has beea addressed to the Forcign Ministers, iiimoiuiuing tho ro-opcuing ot' coiiimujiication with Southern 1-jcalitics recon quered from the insurgents : ■!;NT or 81AXB, Washjküto.v, ) May 2d, 1862. ƒ " Sir, - I have the honor to state for your uformatjoci that the mails are uow :ill'.vcJ tu p'iss to and from New Orlauna and other places whi'ch, having bèbti Leretofore seizcd by insurgents, have sitie.; ' en reoóvered, and are now re-ooeupied by the luw! and naval forces oí' tho Uitite 1 States. It is proper, however, to add that a mlüt.iry surveitiancQ S m: tiitied over sach maüs astheGoveroniatit fiada it uecessáry for the publio Bttftty. ' í ;i!n, Sir, yoür obodient servant. ■■:. I.UÁJt. B. SEWARD." TL ■ foljowing hita been addressud to tbü I?uroigií Ministers at Washington : i ; - i liare tlic honor to st;Ho for the irtfofmíiuon ofyoijr government that a collector has beou .ppoínted by tlic !'.■ i'i.üit for Now Oi'tsajis, an'd that ilia nccoaèary pri . are being made t.) inódofy t'iu blcckaáo so far :d to perntit liinited shipnieuts to be wadtí to, uní !-;.:i thüt und one or more other ports ivhiéh are now clooud by bloekadc at tiuies, and upou oondilions which will be ruvlo known by proc!niiatioa. i a:u, s:r, your obed't servant,


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