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In the House of Lords, Lord JOHN RUSSELL, the Earl of Minto, said that England and the States were not now actively at war, but that they were involved in a collision ; but he thought the bill would not be read a second time ; but he did not really mean it, he said, for if it were read a second time, it would inevitably come before the House of Commons, and it was very hazardous to pass such a measure. His Lordship was the first to acknowledge that England and the States were making preparations for a collision ; but the collision was still distant. He did not say that there were grounds for the United States to expect a collision, but he knew of no better method of avoiding an actual collision than to increase the friendly relations of the two countries. He did not think the bill could be read a second time ; if a second reading was made the bill would be brought before the House of Commons, and he should be responsible for introducing a measure as to which he did not think there was any necessity for going further than the present Bill.
Sec.1. the United States would consider herself at liberty to carry on her war with Mexico according to her own discretion ; and if the United States succeeded in doing so, and in obtaining an absolute military and naval command over Mexico, and the possession of its territories, it would be the first opportunity she would have of exercising the just exercise of power in respect of the rights of other countries. If Mexico were conquered, the principle adopted in England, Belgium and elsewhere – that private individuals might occupy whatever their fellow men had previously occupied -, would be set aside ; and any country having territorial claims on Mexico might make good those claims if it chose to do so.

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J.T. HOPE, M.P., said the Bill should be read a second time.
Sir G. C. O. The first reading is usually the furthest advanced, and the House of Commons will not now retrace its steps.

Sir GEORGE FENN, said if the United States were at war with Mexico, the attitude of the United States might be taken as a warning to all European Powers.

Sir H. BARRINGTON, said he thought the United States
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i i i i i “ I am a friendly man, and well-disposed towards the House of Commons ; but I say that I cannot consent to the House of Commons driving the House of Commons : it is an absolutely impossible proposition. If it is desired that the House of Commons shall abstain from the course of legislation, it is required that I should be, and I am required by no one to abstain from opposing the current of legislation. I desire that there should be no collision between the two Houses ; but if there is any collision, I must be the first to give way, however much the House may desire it.
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