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strictest neutrality. Mr. Liddell gave notice that he would ask the Ministers if the interdiction is not at variance with former practice, and reason for a change of maritime policy. The London Times editorially replies to the outcry of the Northern States against England, and shows that it is wholly unfounded. Lord Stanley had given notice of his intention to ask what steps the Government has taken to prevent the violation of neutrality in the case of regiments of volunteers from Canada, who offered their services to the United States. Lord John Russell said that he had no knowlege of the tender of a Canadian regiment to the United States. Five cases of rifles, addressed to the Commercial Bank of New York, were refused by the agents of the steamer Adriatic at Galway. The position of the Irish members relative to the Galway subsidy was again debated, and several disclaimed any intention of tampering with the Government. France. A bill has been presente