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Lord Lyons school appointed. This is seen in all the Canadian appointments; in the removed of Lord Melgrave and the appointment of Dr. Richard McDonald, Lieutenant-Governor of Nova ; the removal of Admiral Milne, and of Governor Balley, of Nassau. The appointees are in every instance strongly against us. Dislike of slavery is at the bottom of all this, and, also, fear of the Yankees.--Every day it becomes more and more evident that we have no hope from any friendly feeling in England or urse without speaking them. Wednesday, 24th.--A fair and pleasant day, light breezes and smooth sea. The sky is filled with cumulus clouds, that sail slowly along, or rise like a mountain chain from the horizon. Showery at times. Spoke two Nassau schooners, evidently of Yankee build, but under British register. Thursday, 25th.--The noise of the screw working rapidly roused me soon after daybreak, and, by the velocity of our motion, saw there was a chase. Upon reaching the deck, saw