A SPECK OF TROUBLE. It loukn a.i if cupidity may be equally equal-ly potent in creating trouble between : the United States ami Ureal Britain, , an ambition often i.s between countries govuriiwl hy uioiinru.i.i who claim to rule by "rllit divine." Another breaeli of the Ushery law i.s reported. An American schooner was captured mid tukeo into a port of Nova Scotia tor thin alleged violation. She was afterwards cut out by unknown jartien, suppou'd to be Anierieail .--canum; and ii is announced that :i liritirdi ship of war !ixi been eruining off the American Ameri-can coast to seize the rceaplured vessel. ves-sel. Tlio dispatch announcing it is somewhat vague, Lut enough is received re-ceived to show that it is considered grave enough by President (J rant to order prompt mnaMires wiili regard to it. With llic treaty of WashinK'oii ae- , rep Led by the governments of tho United .States and (jreat Jiritnin; with j tlie eomniisioner.s to .settle claims under it now in Washington; and with tlio : arbitrators noon to meet, in Europe- to deeide the unsettled fpiestions, it would he a reat pity nhould any rash ' act precipitate serious trouble at pros- ; cut between the two countries. As the treaty flives American fishermen , tl.rt rlirlit tn IUh in llm waters from which they were before excluded, on payment of a stipulated royally, wo cannot see how the fishery laws could have been broken unlc that royalty wan refused, or tho Nova ticotiana claimed to enforce tho old laws abrogated abro-gated by the treaty. And in the last ovent, it is utterly inejmprouunible why a British man-of-war should sook i the re-seizure of a vessel, tho first Hoizuro of whioh must havo been an 1 illegal act. If tho former supposition ' is correct, that the American schooner sought to ovade the payment pre- j scribed by tho treaty of Washington, i then tho cutting her out was a breach of international law, in delianco alike of , the government of this couotry and 1 that of hor Britannic Majesty. It is probable that a day or two may ; bring .such facts as will make the mat tor ; clearer, and show what grounds the I staid and philosophic Hostoni.ihs had ; for their excitement. !