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Affairs in Europe. The only allusion we have foundin the late European news to the arrest of Captain Semmes, of the Sumter, is a brief telegram from Madrid, dated February 25th, to this effect: "The captain of the Sumtes has been arrested at Tangler, at the instance of the American Consul at Gibraltar and of the commander of the Tuscarora, who sent to Tangter for that purpose" This news may be received with distrust. The proceedings in the British Partiament, briefly noticed by telegraph, have reached us more in detall. We copy an account of the episode in the House of Commons on the 25th of February: Lord Palmerston stated that, during the debate on the 21st ultimo, the Secretary for Ireland, Sir Robert Peel, had used expressions which "the O'Donoghue" had considered personally offensive and insuiting to himself. The O'Donoghue took no notices of the expressions at the time, but he (Palmerston) was given to understand that results out of the House might ensue.