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act. Capt. Wilkes he characterized as "a blundering sea Captain, besotted with a vulgar lust for notoriety," and condemned the "unsound and exceptionable explanations which dimmed the grace of reparation," in the Trent affair. This address was seconded by the Earl of Shelburne, who bore at length upon the hostile feeling existing in the United States towards England, while he denied that either the English Government or the English people had given occasion for such animosity. The Earl of Derby was the next speaker, and he freely expressed his sentiments of the present war. In one instance he said: "As I concur with the course Her Majesty's Government has pursued, I do not ask them to deviate from it; but I think the time has nearly come when they may probably be called on to recognize the so far successful revolt of the seceded States." And further on: "I think it greatly to be regretted that, having made up his mind that reparation and apology were necesssary, t