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n for the recognition of the South? I acknowledged to my honorable and learned friend the force of his statement, though like the Scotchman about the fish, I doubted the fact--[a laugh]--therefore, I wrote to my honorable friend the member for Sunderland, knowing that he had authority to write to the French Emperor when ever he wanted to see him--[a laugh]--and I said to him in effect, "Suppose, for the purpose of ascertaining whether this rumor be true, we go across and ask at once for an audin, sir, I will quote the words of His Majesty the Emperor of the French, and they are very remarkable words He said: "I am afraid of the coming winter with respect to my manufacturing population." [Hear] And my honorable friend, the member for Sunderland, said:"Sire, we don't dread the winter, although we know that great misery must of necessity be entailed upon our manufacturing population if the cotton famine continue; but we, Sire, desire to avert from our countrymen the community that must