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y intentions of the American Government. They explained that the measures proposed by the Government would ask a vote of £50,000 for the Quebec defences, while the Canadians would undertake the defences of Montreal and westward. The Earl of Derby thought the position of the Government was humiliating, when the question of peace of war depended on an excitable populace, with strong prejudices against England, and strongly censured the Government for having so long delayed its defences, andce that time the navigation of the St. Lawrence had been closed by ice. After some brief conversation, the subject dropped. The debate caused a depression in the funds and a fall in consols. The Daily News credits Lords Lyreden and Derby with having raised a most mischievous debate. The Times questions the policy of defences. The Owl says probably the Government will take no measures for a naval force on the lakes, the Washington Government having explained its action t