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American affairs in London. speeches of Mr. Adams, Federal Minister, and Lord Palmerston at the Lord and free country, [Loud cheers.] Response of Mr. Adams. My Lord Mayer, Ladies and Gentlemen:--In behacheers.] Remarks of Lord Palmerston. When Mr. Adams resumed his seat, the Lord Mayor gave as the next There was nothing warlike about the speech of Mr. Adams, and, as he took great pains to tell us that it wal last Saturday. In some most important respects, Mr. Adams's speech might have been made five years ago. Ther We ought to congratulate ourselves on this, for Mr. Adams assures us that the only fault possible to be attr matters he would not have entirely omitted them. Mr. Adams's speech was so highly complimentary that we coulde tone common to her press and Secretary of State. Mr. Adams ran through our whole history, from Prince Arthur o annex it all. We are only delighted to find from Mr. Adams, speaking in all his candor, that we are on such e