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European news. The speech of Lord Palmerston, at Sheffield, contains little more than was given in the telegraphic summary of it. The following extract is its conclusion, after speaking of the situation of the Government relative to the distress of the people: Yet, greatly as they commiserated that distress greatly as they admired the manly fortitude with which it had been endured, anxious as they must all be to relieve it, he was persuaded that the good sense of the people of England, and the proper feeling even of the sufferers themselves, must acknowledge that the Government were wise in not endeavoring to aim at the relief of that distress by measures of war, which, so far from mitigating, would only have aggravated the evil. The Government had before thought it their duty to advise their sovereign to observe a strict and rigid neutrality in that most unhappy conflict now waging in North America. (Cheers.) It was indeed painful to witness the loss of life, the wastin