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case; as, for instance, the ports for which they are destined, and various other incidents which can be properly judged of only in a Prize Court. The decisions of such Court, unless there has been a flagrant violation of international law, all those who have recognized the rights of the belligerents must accept. I think, therefore, that her Majesty's Government, in adhering strictly to president in this matter, took the only course which it was possible for them to pursue. The Earl of Derby.--The answer of the noble Earl is, for the most part, entirely satisfactory. I do not feel disposed to complain that the terms of the proclamation are vague and uncertain. It is impossible to introduce into a proclamation of this description such a definition of the character of a blockade, or of contraband of war, as would satisfy the conditions which seemed to be laid down by the noble Earl who first addressed the House. --Nor do I complain of the proclamation on the ground that the warn