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rpool Post, was given by the Southern Club is that city to a large number of conspicuous gentlemen, among whom were Mr. Beresford Hope, M. P., and Mr. Spence. It is described as an elegant affair. The President of the Club is Victor Poutz. After ty, the main business of the evening began. Our readers will be interested in the extracts which we give below Mr. Beresford Hope said: I am not sentimental I am going to give you a toast, not sentiment.-- [Laughter.] Gentlemen, there is such a was responded to for the army by Capt. Bullock. The Chairman proposed "The health of the guest of the evening, Mr. Beresford Hope, " [Loud cheers,] in whose praise too much could not be said for the interest he had taken in the Confederate cause when it was not smelled upon by other men. Mr. Beresford Hope, in responding, said he took up the cause of the Confederate States because he found among other things a good, devotional, God-fearing, honest people, both men and women, while in t