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"The Entente Cordiale. The letters of Mr. Edward A. Pollard and the Captain of the Greyhound to Lord Lyons, extracts from which we published yesterday, present the Government of Lord Russell to us, under a new, and not very desirable point of he had the honor of his country at heart he would have at once demanded the instantaneous and unconditional release of Mr. Pollard, and his remission to precisely that condition in which he would have been had he never been interrupted in his voyagell the expenses he has incurred be paid by the captors. The demand should have been as stern and imperative as though Mr. Pollard had been dragged from a private house in Liverpool or London. In other days — when the first or the second Pitt was iton maintained honor on the land — such an outrage would have been visited with the most summary . It is not so now. Mr. Pollard is not only thrown into prison, but he is compelled to repeat an application to Lord Lyons for his release. The latte