Iu the British Houso of Commons, on on the 21st of July, Sir Edward William Watkin asked the Under Secretary for the Colonial Department if ho could give any iuforraatiou regarding the conflict between the United States troops and the Sioux Indiana, many of which tribe are British subjects, and triiether the origin of the conflict was not a breach of a treaty regarding an Indian reservation and subsidies, which may provoke a wide-spread antagonism between the Indians and whites on both American and British territory. He asked whether the Government propoaed to tender its good offices iu the interest of the Indien subjects of Great Britain and humanity. Mr. Lowther replied that, so far, no inforraation had been received, and he could not express an opinión as to its origin or possible consequenees. He had uo information tcuding to show that any British subjeots are connected with these evenis. Ab at present advised the Government has no intention ' to interfere.