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The second American Revolution, as Viewed by a member of the British parliament. On the 25th October, Capt. Jervis, member of the House of Commons for the borough of Harwich, Essex, England, delivered a lecture to a large audience at Harwich, on American affairs. The fact has been already noticed in this paper, through a brief item from a Northern journal. A friend having favored us with a copy of the London Times, of the 26th October, we find Captain J.'s speech reported in that paper, and copy it below. It is evidently not very fully reported. It certainly does not do the speaker justice. It is plain, from the points touched upon, that there is much of his animadversion omitted in the Times. It is gratifying to see this one of the many proofs of the manner the English mind is being educated on the subject of our national difficulties. By special request, Capt. Jervis, R.A., one of the members for the borough of Harwick, delivered a lecture at the Town Hall yesterday