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From Europe.additional by the Hibernian. New York, Feb, 28 --The following additional advices by the Hibernian have been received here: Great Britain. In the House of Lords Earl Carnavon said he had received information that no less than three British subjects were conflued in the prisons of the Federal Government, and had lain there for months, and been denied a trial or release unless they took the oath of allegiance. He hoped the Government would take earnest steps in the case at once, and declare what was to be the position of British subjects in the Federal States. Earl Russell said that Lord Carnavon could hardly have read the papers which had been laid on the table, for if he had he would have seen that these cases had been brought under the notice of the Government Neither had he made allowance for the peculiar state of affairs in the United States, which justifies urgent measures. In England Parliament had given Government, in times of difficulty, aut