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ft the D \reaty the unlucky Sultan had given up I c°Ursear(-ane"eS an^ JBosphornsj including, of ^oll9?antinople and every foot of his ^oni'ons> 1° 'e a'l grasping suc- *0lTi *'lat a^' grasping and most profligate of tllenpVV'10 her son as the inheritor ofp 0nstantines, and sculptured on the gate Thia ^ers')l,rg» The way to Constantinople. His Ject ord Durham will never accomplish- "ith n.S.Wer 's already given in the contempt t°lirin lC -S "ss'on ',as been treated in his ^r'"8 b' '1'S a,l(* his timidity, he will ^ri»l RC n° ^ou^» some specimen of Im- ^ich °Unty' 'n a *n,,ff"hox, or a sampler j 88 publish some Protocol, puzzling h°Ur lnake Lord Palmerston lament the or tl len Ie first dreamed of adding the honors Jnj °reign Office to the triumphs of Almacks; to, England will reap from the whole *UOU» 4 of j lra,>»action will be, the handsome item ftext thousand additional pounds in the U(>get, for Foreign Expenses c#nnot lielp things* g, even now, that one Ad 6 *n°8* unaccountable acts of the late cla^U,'8tralion' was 'ts compliance with popular Th °Ur °n '^e 8°bjecl of this very Embassy. In e Marquis of Londonderry, undeniably a J,0^J soldier, of high military rank, and of hy 'Ul0wi' to the Continental Sovereigns manners, and expenditure of a l,ejn ^no*n to Europe by the prestige of his dtteJ!16 brother of one who had eminently con- *° 'he liberation of the Continent, what c^re*^ be want for the Ambassador? We for his. rhetorical squabbles with U^j. ^rougham, but thip Nobleman had the rabbrtllne to think with infinite contempt of the 6 w^° "ow usurp l.egis!ationr to declare 0,8*li impolitic boldness against the that rabble, and even to announce Hot 'llen's <>H our Foreign Relations, which did to calling all the Continental fejj *rch8 swindlers and tyrants. For this he nâthe displeasure ofâHeaven preserve r and that singularly unwashed I <jecj^eseilla,'v« of the unwashed," absolutely f0(J fe^ ''isopinion that somebody else must be *° c°nvey the will of the Sovereign popu- England to the Court of Russia. Was Jjj any charge of ill-success in the former h13sions of the Marquis? Not the slightest- fier 9 #lways succeeded. He had brought J?r 'e to his senses when that dextrous *>at' C "Man nia £ a" attempt, perfectly in the ateri°Da* 8ty'e' t0 ^ay bold of England's million iâ 'n^» a,,d do nothing for it He succeeded ery °bject at Vienna, and had the merit of ^Ping that very subtle and encroaching old bola^e' Ta,ieyrand- *° *'ie s^r'ct letter of },|j, 11 I» a Land of haughtiness he held k°Und| 38 as highest, and by an almost .ess expenditure of his own means, by an QVe**ltat'"g determination to be English all COrjj an<^ by the unquestionable decision of his 'n public matters, gained more of 'C resP«ct for the character of his nation, ^»r an^ ^mbassador from the beginning of the ID to but be had the misfortune to oifend the tlie tOts of Palace Yard, and their admirers from urlietis of Westminster and on Mr Shiel's enu his 0c'Ht'on â¢' the country was deprived of Q0 S*r*'ces, and in his place we have got a Of 1 lat°r with whom no man, either in or out "obi! Cal,r- was ever known to agree.âA e" w''h the ink scarcely dry on his titleâa M. 'tist defeated in the only business with "ch k Was ever entrustedâbutâthe son-in- L°rd Grey âthis is the qualification for Ce tlie substitute for every faculty that fits a or public employ