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the sale of vessels of this kind in this country, the result must be that the Federal Government will take the law into their own hands; that the cruisers will follow these vessels into British ports, and will in British waters maintain their own interests. My Lords, I hope the noble Earl will be able to show that he has answered that dispatch in a manner which will put an end to such monstrous demands for the future.--[Hear, hear.] But, if I am not mistaken, the last dispatch from Washington was written about August, and was received here toward the latter end of August, and early in September the noble Earl took the strong step of seizing the so-called Confederate rams in the Mersey upon that very suspicion as to which, a year before, the Attorney General informed Parliament that the Government would not be warranted in interfering. [Hear, hear.] Well, then, my Lords, if you have not satisfied the Federals, neither have you satisfied the Confederate States.--[Hear.] You have