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Russell and the Opposition. Those who believe that the attacks made by the Earl of Derby, in the House of Lords, and Mr. Disracil, in the House of Commons, upo
to help the sufferers, in the main of their rights, that need not be expected Russell is, beyond doubt, the most insignificant Minister that England has ever had si ria.
Seward knows that or he would never have sent such a note.
He has tried Russell in every possible way, and he has found him ready to submit to everything.
Th tured to write such a note as that in question affords proof enough to condemn Russell.
And how could he form any other than a mean estimate of his character, when all law, human and divine, and he has not received even a rebuke.
He has made Russell promise a law to prevent the Confederates from building a ship in British wate a year, unless the Pope have influence enough to prevent it. Not a change will Russell or the Ministry suggest in the emigration law, and at the same time he will no