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the United States, at Tangiers, was made the subject of an interesting debate of the British Parliament on the 17th of March. It appears from the revelations of Mr. Layard, that the arrest was a harsh and brutal proceeding, and that the prisoners were treated with great severity. We append a sketch of the debate: Arrest of Cod, if not, whether the British Government would take means to protect our faithful ally, the Moorish Government from such infringement of its independence? Mr. Layard said he owed an apology to his honorable friend and the House for having on a previous occasion misinformed them on this subject. In fact, it was only at the c was received — too late for communication to the honorable gentleman.--That answer states that the gentlemen arrested were carried off to the United States He (Mr. Layard) trusted that the House would acquit him of any intention to deceive them. [Hear, hear.] The facts required no comment [Hear, hear.] For the sake of justice, o