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ower by the side of that noble lord, and a power such as has always appeared in the liberal government of this country since the days of the revolution. We have always had some member of what is called a revolution family in a liberal administration, who has governed perverted, and destroyed it [laughter.] The person to whom I allude and I may say that the honor of England in his hands has not shone forth with the brightness that I could have Wighes. [Hear, hear.]--Let us go sir, from China to Japan, though that is not far. [A laugh.] But it I go farther if I go to Poland, then to Denmark, and lastly to America, every case I find that the honor, the name of , has been tarnished by what has taken place [Hear, hear.] Sir, I have read the dispatch on this matter, and the feeling predominant in my mind was that of dire humiliation. [Hear, hear.] I felt that the honor of England was not upheld as thought to have been, and that the strict neutrality which the noble lord the first M