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Mr. Lindsay. M. P., on the American War. We find the following report of Mr. Lindsay's speech to his English constituents, in the Liverpool Post, which, we are sure, will be read with interest: Mr. Lindsay gave a long account of the visit he recently made to the United States, with the view of inducing our cousins acrosMr. Lindsay's speech to his English constituents, in the Liverpool Post, which, we are sure, will be read with interest: Mr. Lindsay gave a long account of the visit he recently made to the United States, with the view of inducing our cousins across the water to adopt several reforms of vast importance to the shipping interests of both nations. He said the Government then of America and those who were now in office — at least the Vice-President of the United States of America--all but admitted that, upon principles of justice towards England, and for their own interest, theMr. Lindsay gave a long account of the visit he recently made to the United States, with the view of inducing our cousins across the water to adopt several reforms of vast importance to the shipping interests of both nations. He said the Government then of America and those who were now in office — at least the Vice-President of the United States of America--all but admitted that, upon principles of justice towards England, and for their own interest, they would be bound to open, at least to the ship owners of England, the trade between the eastern and western ports, and throw open the whole of the trade upon the lakes. In regard to the other questions, he heartily and warmly concurred with him; and he agreed with the Government of the day, even to the very clauses of the Conventi