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Europe.Recognition of the declaration of Paris. In the House of Commons on the 3d ulto. Sir J. Pakington remarked: Sir J. Pakington--I see that it is stated in the newspapers of to-day that the Government of the United States have expressed their determination to recognize the declaration of Paris of 1856. I wish to asParis of 1856. I wish to ask the noble lord at the head of the Foreign Office whether her Majesty's Government have received any such intimation from the Government of the United States, and, if so, what effect that will have upon the policy which her Majesty's Government have announced that it is their intention to pursue with regard to the belligerent righrd John Russell--The only answer which I can give to the right honorable gentleman is, that propositions have been sent to America, founded upon the declaration of Paris. Those propositions were made in concert with the French Government, and are restricted in concert with that Government. We have not as yet received any answer t
r own defence against Europe, for the purpose of depriving us of our only naval defence against herself. We observed when the announcement was first made that Mr. Seward proposed to send in the adhesion of the United States to the declaration of Paris, that, even if accepted, it could not be binding on the Confederate States. We now see that this is the view taken by the London Times,which says: "It is by no means clear that the consent of the North to forego the privilege of issuing letters s and to have them respected. It seems difficult to understand how any agreement made by the Northern States to abandon a present privilege can discutitle the South to its exercise." The artful dodger of the Lincoln Administration has completely fallen into his own trap. If he is disposed, with this understanding, to put his pen to the Treaty of Paris, he will be in the situation of the fox with his tail cut off, and he need not expect the foxes in this neighborhood to imitate his example.