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of humanity they should be arrested, and that both politically and commercially a separation of the Union would be for the benefit of this country. Mr. Lindsay Rebuked. Mr. Taylor considered the course taken by the honorable member for Sunderland to be ill-judged, inopportune, and calculated to increase the feelings of bitterness and irritation which already prevailed in the Northern States towards Great Britain. He complained that the sympathy of the English public had been enlisted be millions. The one was superior in every material resource, whilst the latter was encumbered with a servile population of four millions. He implored the House to abstain from giving its assent to the resolution which the honorable member for Sunderland had invited it to pass. Lord A. Vane Tempest Supports Mr. Lindsay. Lord A. Vane Tempest supported the motion of Mr. Lindsay. He considered that the restoration of the Union was impossible; but if it was it would confirm slavery, which