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Palmerston has not been able to demonstrate the justice of the reproach that the Prussian Government has omitted to do what became it as Ii great Power, and one too allied to England. ) "If allusion to myself has been made on the same occasion by this eminent statesman, and that in a manner for which I cannot but be personally obliged to him; and if, more especially he appeals to my acquaintance with the feelings of the English people: I, for my own part, cannot suppress the remark that, during a several years stay in England in an official capacity, nothing has filled me with greater admiration than the love of right and the respect for the law so deeply rooted in the English mind, and,which is eminently displayed in their invariable acquiescence in the decisions of the courts of law.

If allusion to myself has been made on the same occasion by this eminent statesman, and that in a manner for which I cannot but be personally obliged to him; and if, more especially he appeals to my acquaintance with the feelings of the English people: I, for my own part, cannot suppress the remark that, during a several years stay in England in an official capacity, nothing has filled me with greater admiration than the love of right and the respect for the law so deeply rooted in the English mind, and,which is eminently displayed in their invariable acquiescence in the decisions of the courts of law.

By all these facts from history it will have been proved that we have in some degree helped England towm:ds the acquisition and maintenance of her power and liberty. Englishmen ought not to forget facts such as these; and while recollecting the past they ought to keep it before themselves that the firstborn daughter of Her British Majesty, the illustrious consort of our 30 Crown Prince, is one day destined to adorn the first prostestant throne of the continent as the Queen of this kingdom. Leaving interests which may he partly of a dynastic character, and proceeding to cast a glance over the face of Europe, I may be permitted to remind you that, at about the same time when that well known impertinent note was indited by Lord John Russell, I in this House pointed out the necessity of an Anglo-Prussian alliance, recognising, however, that necessity to be of less urgency for my own country than for England herself.

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