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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