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he continuance of a desolating warfare. But in that case recognition was always followed by something further. It meant support by force of arms of the claims of the country whose right was recognized, such as was the case on the separation of Belgium from Holland, and of Greece from Turkey. His conviction was that come what may, the reconstruction of the States as they formerly stood was absolutely impossible, and on the whole he approved the course which the Government had taken [Cheers] Hrecated the idea of ceding the Ionien Islands to Greece. Earl Purcell, in reply, justified the policy of intervention which the Government had pursued in the American war. The circumstances were very different from those which existed when Belgium was separated from Ulland and Greece from Turkey; and, taking all matters into conspiration, he thought the Government has taken the wisest course in their power to pursue. At the same time, he expressed the strong opinion that it would be impo