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d through the Times that our Minister had been carried in a cage to Peking — that after having submitted to any number of indignities he had saged in altogether a different way. Their Ambassadors were to enter Peking at the head of a Victorians army, and were to teach the Emperor wha that he is at Tien-tsin, that proposals have been sent to him from Peking, and that he is negotiating. Not a word about dictating peace in PPeking. The London Times is furious, and deals thus with Lord Elgin: "We confess ourselves to be utterly disappointed with the conduvertures for peace until the avenging army had reached the walls of Peking, and there to exact the most public apologies for the breach of faiHe had plenty of time for his work, for when Lord Macartney quitted Peking, in October the weather had only just begun to be pleasantly cool. im to give weight to his mission, and to impress upon the people of Peking his country's power? If Lord Elgin has really acted thus, he is as