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ublic. If, then, we urge Canada to do what she has never yet done — to make an exertion in some degree worthy of the crisis in which she finds herself — we do so for her sake much more than for our own. It is upon her, not upon us, that the miseries of the invasion will fall, and it is in her power, and not in ours, to take those measures by which alone that invasion can be repelled. "a Ne rebel ram." The North British Mail thus describes what it calls "a new rebel ram" : Messrs. Jones, Quiggan & Co., of Liverpool, have lately completed the Colonel Lamb, a steel paddle wheel steamship of 1,788 tons, old measurement. She has been built and fitted with engine power with a view to great speed as a blockade-runner. On Tuesday she went on her trial trip, and took the opportunity of having a two hours race with the Isle of Man steamer Douglas, the fastest boat yet known on the Mersey. In two hours and thirty-one minutes the Colonel Lamb beat the Douglas by about four mile