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pledge my veracity for what I state. And what is more, I laid before His Majesty two compress of conduct. I said "Your Majesty may make a formal application to England." He stopped me, and said; "No, I can't do that, and I will tell you why. Some months ago I did make a formal application to England. England sent my dispatch toEngland. England sent my dispatch to America. [Hear, hear] That dispatch, getting into Mr. Seward's hands, was shown to my Ambassador at Washington. It came back to me, and I feel that I was ill-treated by such conduct. [Loud cheers from the Opposition.] I won't (he added.) I can't subject myself again to the danger of similar treatment.--[Hear, hear] But I will d The Paris correspondence of the London News says: Butlier's Correspondence, referring to the statement in the Times that the Emperor had again proposed to England to recognize the Confederate States, asserts that, on the contrary, it is the Cabinet of St. James which has this time taken the initiative of the proposal--It ad