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Debate in the British Parliament on American Affairs. After the Queen's address had been moved in the House of Lords, the Earl of Derby, after speaking on home and foreign topics generally, said: It is impossible that every one must not earnestly desire any step to be taken that may lead to a possibility of reconciliation, or to a termination of the war. At the same time, I am not one in the least disposed to move from the position of neutrality professed, and, I hope, maintained, by Her Majesty's Government; but I confess I look with great anxiety, and no little apprehension, to some symptoms which appear to me to show that that neutrality has not been received by the party to whom, unquestionably, it has been most favorable with that good will and gratitude to which I think it was fairly entitled. [Hear, hear.] I do not now refer to expressions published in Federal newspapers, or made use of by individuals, or to language in dispatches of an official character addressed to au