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ts that it is regarded as a cotton transaction and not as a political loan, and there is nothing in it to prevent any one from subscribing. In the House of Commons, Mr. Layard, in reply to an inquiry, said that since the breaking out of the civil war in America the communication between the British Government and the United States in reference to the Island of San Juan, has been suspended. The bill reducing the tobacco duties had passed through the committee. On the 20th Seymour Fitzgerald gave notice that he would, on the 23d, ask whether the Government had accepted, or intended to accept, the proposal of President Lincoln as to a communication between England and the United States to inquire into any just complaints of a violation of neutral rights. Poland. The following are the latest advices from Poland, indicating a severe reverse to the revolutionists: Cracow, March 20.--The insurgents are rallying at Vizdize, commanded by Semesorski. Pano,March
With regard to the second question of the noble Earl, it be would give the names of the cases to which he referred, there was no objection to produce any correspondence that might have taken place upon them. The subject then dropped Mr. Seymour Fitzgerald called attention to the circumstances attending the capture of certain British vessels — the Springbok, the barque science, captured at Metamores ship Margaret and Jessie, and Saxon, captured within the jurisdiction of the Colony of the Cs obviously a truckling one so strong Powers and a harsh and exciting one to want powers. After a general details, in which the truckling policy of Earl Russell was strongly discussed by several speakers Lord Palmerston appeared to Mr. Fitzgerald to withdraw his motion, and said it was due to the Government of-the United States to sag that they had invariably received our applications in a spirit of equity and justice. It was also necessary to refer to the case of the Trent to-show t
d giving countenance to such proceedings. And there, we are told, the subject dropped. In the House of Commons, Mr. Seymour Fitzgerald called attention to the capture of certain English vessels by the Yankees, and the murder of an English sailor bymerica, (Yankeedom,) and that the disposition of the Government was very fair and just, when Lord Robert Cecil backed Mr. Fitzgerald, stating, in substance, that the practice of refusing papers when called for, enabled the ministry to govern without After some further debate, in which much was said about the truckling policy of the Government, old Palmerston begged Mr. Fitzgerald, with tears in his eyes, to withdraw his motion for the production of papers, (which had already been published,) dec maintenance of British dignity and British right to the point of offending his dear friends Lincoln and Seward. And Mr. Fitzgerald accordingly withdrew his motion. Russell is well aware that we have no means of retaliating for any injury he ma