Palmerton, at the Lord Mayor's banquet in Guildhall, London, on the 9th.
The London Times seems to thing that Mr. Adams's address lacked that point and tone which the occasion demanded.
Another papers tells us that, "His the American Minister, wore a suffarichly trimmed with gold inch, the Windsor uniform, and was leadly cheered." Lord Palmerston's remorse were cautiously expressed, and of a committal import.
While these gentlemen were holding form in Guildhall, Wm. L. Y incey and Dealey Mann — the rebel agents in England — were being entertain at dinner by the Prince Warden and members of the Honorable the Society of Fishmongers," in their hall near by. Yancey made an after dinner creation, in which he expressed his pleasure at the attitude maintained by England, France and Spain forwards the "belligerents of the South.
The idea of opening one or more cotton ports in the South, as well as of building up a point for Government operations on the rebel coast by means of the