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   British And Indian Observer (Newspaper) - May 9, 1824, London, Middlesex                                o SUNBAY, MAY 9, 1824. Pride 7d WANTS a SituatlDD, a ^EWALfc SERVANT, a ?fa^ tlw of Bombay, to ATTRNc on a Lady orF&iully going to that part. She can be well recommended by the family she has lately arrived with^-Apply at the Bar of the Jem-�lien Oi^Rbe-lMtaie. ' AConstant Trader for BENGAL, with Leave to call at MADEIRA, the feM-aWling cobpircd A 1 Ship RU-PHRATES, MEADE, Goromander, burthen .500 Tons, 4ving in the City Canal. This Ship has most superior Arcommo-tiaOart for ^tefteng^fs, >i�d WW carty a % . ^, LeadcOhalUtreet._ a CHAttt^RED SHIP TO SAIL THIS WEtK. rR bombay, DIRECT, the fAst^iling iihip SIMPson, A. 1. HLNRV SIMPSON, Commander, (of the -     -----ServKe).   Burthen 500 ton�.-Lying in the IMVmiAt PA%hIAUEjYr. BOUSE OP L(�DS-Monday. The M�r ne��>t��. This ship tah-ies a Si.rpeon, and has .upiri^ AccommodaUoa.f�rPa��n^r. For -'P " "M i apHly to the Co.n>nandcr, at Lloyd's, or the Jo isa roffee-flott^es ; to Messrs. Fraser, N'icol and Co St. jlel. hK bu.W'^te-street, Jelm Clapiaan &Co. % l^adenh ilr^T  ortoTohn 8. Brinley, H,ITirchin-lane.Cornh.U. HAS tbc greater part of her Cargo engaged, and will sail with nil possible Dispatch, for (:L VLON. the fine �)iip MEDITERRANEAN, new c��pptfrrd, JmnoSti-uarf, Com-niatider. Lying in tbe Londoa Dockn. Biirtlien iitiU tons.-For freieLl Or passage, anjuly to the Commander, al the Jerusalem ConW' Houl" I oral Mewrs. F. KewNam and Co.'n, 7, Cafherine-coart, Towcr*hill : or jo Jolw Lyaey, jun., 6, Birchiii-lano, Cornhlll. Commande Ljing DIRECT FOR CALCUTTA, BodtUion for paswrngers, and will tarry an rtpuMencrd Snr-reoo. For freight or pansagt upoly to the Commander at the Jerusalem Colfee-House ; to Smalls and l^'>�v.J Httddart and Co., 3, Crosby-8 eil Benjamin Kdmonstoae, Ksq. Jonepfa Lsdnile, Es �hicU their im-jm-tant intereets deamnd, and to superadd the alarmnonnt princi-)Me of taking science exclusir�iy tor its guidtf in that part of its upesations mrich so peculiarly reaaire it. The Insurancesof the Society wiU be conined to ttoase classes, iu both departments, which tbe most careful investigation has de-ntoustrated, will at once afford additional security and advutaiKe to the assured, and increased profit to tlie (Jroprietary, TTie Society willgrant aanuiries, enduft'inenu for children, &c. WA vt4H purchase annuities, reversions, aud other contingent iu-I0*efl�a taMtM^s for polieies- will be rereived at 10*. ftegent-�freet: and at Messrs. Bosanquet and C-o's., until the ofilees of tbe St>� �iety are ready for tlie receplien of the estxblishnient. The houAe met this day according to adjournment. Anew writ was ordered for tbe Borough (4 Peuryn, for the return pf � member in tbe room of H. Swann, Esq deceased. Sir W. Lemon presented a petition from Gather ac, in Cornwall, in favour of the Oil Oas BUl.-< )rdcred to lie on the table. A similar  petitioa waa presented by Mr. Tremayne, from l^iMtaer plaee in ComwalL-t)tdlB�ed to lie or tbe table. 9!be.itoiilh London dock bill was read a secottd" time and ordered to be eonunitted. Mr. Watwn Taylor presented a petition from the principnlt and clerks of his Muje�y's Excise Office, praying to be exempted from the operation of the late Superanuuation regulations. Mr. Aid. Heygate presented a petition fVtnn the inhabitanfs of St. Botolph'8 parish, hgainst St Catherine's dock bill.-Ordered to be printed. On the motion of Mr. Canning, leave was granted to brin^ in a biH for tbe incorporation of the West India company.-The bill Was afterwards brought in and rend a first time. Petitions were presented from the London dock company, against the souiL Loinlon dock bill ; from the Surrey can�l coin-pan/, ng:iiii.'�t the .Nouth London dock and St. Catherine's dork bill ; from riestoii hikI Blackbnm, against the hides and skins' bill ; from Bokon, Bury and Asbtoo-under-linc, in favour ol the said bill ; from George Matthew Hoare and others affainsi tbe St. Catherine's dock bill.-Referred to the coumiiitee on the said bill. Sir H. Hardinjre presented a petition from the county of Durham ngaiast the Tees railwaybill.-Referred to a select committee-Sir W. Lemon pre.-sfnted a petition from certain butcliers of the Borough of Liskeard ia favour of tbe bides and skins bill-Ordered to lie on the liihle. Mr. Brougham gave notice, that on Thursday the ^Tth i;istarit he would subuiit to the house a proposition relative l urtii)ud ot Mftlpas against the beer outies liill ; from ceruin salt manuliictuiers of Kent against the suit duty ; and from the butchers of .Maidbtone, in Kent, in favour of the hides and skins bill ; from the cor poration of butchers in Edinburgh, in fsvnnr of the bides lind skins bill ; from Mnryjiort and several other places, praying the re'peal of the salt dulies ; from a parish in Cuiulicrl/iud, against negro slaveiy, and one from the tanuert and ciirrtcii;of \VOik-ington, in Cumberland, against the leiHbertJik ; from the butchers of Shorehani, in Sussex, aud also one from certain butchers of Deplford, Lewishain, ami Greenwich, in fJivour of the hides and skins bill ; from the ror|)oratioo of merchhnts of Dundee, relative to the saliuou rishery of Scotland, praying the house to enquire' into the same ; from the butchers of doulhwark, in favour of the hides and skins' bill j and one froiii the lanneri, currlets, skinners, and leather breeches mskers of Worcester, against it; froui the tainiers, curriers, and leather sellers uf Dovei agamst the hides and skins' bill ; from certain licen�>ed innhidders aftd vlcUiallersof Bury, In tbe county of LancsKter, complaining thai the scale of duties lately proposed by lbs Chna-cellur of tbe Exchequer \tould have aa wperaliou which he had not cunteuiplaled, as tbey would im|ioae a heavier duly on the lower classes than had heretofore been borne ; from Ihe inhabitant! of Klng^ton upon Hull in favour of the couniy court's bill ; from the writers, tiolaries, and other petitioners iu the la* in Edinburgh, against the attorneys licenses' bill ; froiu the tisb-curers and others, near Drogheda, in Ireland, pfHying for a continuation of the exbtnif dotirs ; from the parish of St. Patrick, iu Kilkenny, complaining of rariotn local tirieAances, and praying redress; from certain iiihabttauts of Tramore, in the rounly of Wnterford, praying the house to ti.lic every pract'icBble step tor the coiisnuimationof that gtent act of national jusiice, the cwiauiipation of the slaves  iu  tlie VVesi ludies, consistent with the rigliU of property aud the inU'rcsts of tlie colonial proprietors ; from the Lord Bishop and rfergv ol Koss and the laily of tiie ihocese, and complained that the diocesan bcltool had been taken from ibcm ; from ihctanners ami cutrlersof Wliitchurch, against the hides and skins* bill ; from the butchers of Whitchurch In the county of Salop, in f.ivour of the bides and skins' bill ; from the brewers and victuallers ol the town of Sherborne, iu the county of Dorset, compluiniug ol the partwl operation of the bill reMtive to local brewing, and of the heavy tax which it imposed on the poor aian's averaje ; from the butchers of Lincoln in favour of the hides and skins' bill ; from the incorporated butchers of the city of St. Andrews ; from Ihe owners and occupiers of pasture land in the county orSo*sex, praying that they sAight not be cacloded from tbe fconefit of tbe measure for encouraging the exporUlion of wool ; from the master butchers of Brighthclmstoue in favour of tbe hides and skins' bill ; from tbe lodge of freemfioos, No. 42, in Kllketmy, praying to be put on the saim- footing with freen�a8ons in l.n January, 1825. He moved that tbe latter date should be In-aerted. The resolntion was agreed to, as were several others, with verbal amendments. ^ Mr. Sheriff Whittaker appeared at the bar, and presented two petitions from the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Commons of London, prayii�g that leave might be granted to them to present a petition to enable them to reduce the interest of their debt-Graated. The wool exportation and importation bill was postponed to this day se'nnight. Tbe report of the mm duties bill whs brought np, read, and agreed to, and the bill ordered for a third reading to-morrow. Tbe report on the sugar bounties bill was read and agreed to, and the Irill ordered for a third reading to-morrow. Mr. Lushington moved the second reading of the hides and skins bill. Mr. Davenport opposed the bill ; and moved that it be read a sfcond time this day six mohtbs, "The house immediately divided, when there appealed- For tbe second reading 27 ; against it 10 ; toiftjority 17. A motion was then made that it be referred to a committee to consider of t be propriety of repeating the Acts of tbe 43d and 44th of tbe late King relative to the flaying of hides. Tbe motion was agreed to. The bouse, in a committee on the Newfoundland fishery act*, agreed to a resolutiim for amending the same. Mr. Huskisaon brought in a bill fpr the better protection of the property of merchants, with regard to ikctorfe and agents.- Read a first time.  The Sheriffe of London p�%*.:tinl a petition fVoiJi the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Comatv^ Council, praying fo*' a bill to enable them to borrow aionev at four per cent, to pay off certain bonds relative to Blackfrtttt ^irige.-Adjourned. (1AUTI0N.-IN CONSEaUENCB fA the fffcat Di�p. J pfiintmeat many persons have experienced from prnrChas-JiiS inferior TRUSSES, SAL.MON, ODY, and Co. mos� rrtpect-Juily !M�)icitthe attention of Medica* Gontlemen; and thty Public itt eb�erve that the TRUE PATENT SELF-ADJUSTING TRLSS has " SALMON, ODY, and Co. 2i�, Strand, London smrked uyon the Leather Case, vt ithoat which, tltey are of the SBuriouskind.   SALMON, ODY, and Co., tlie Inventors and raentees have made upwards of  50,000 of their PATENT TUUSSES, and still continue to ha.ve tbe recouuuendationsof ^ theuroit eminent Surgeons in Tbwff and Country   They have also thebemor to sumrfy tile Army and Navy : the Naval aadMtttiarv Hospital    the Dock-Yards and ordinance; the Mariw In&nmry { the Hon; East ladia Cowpany; tbe City Inan-Soeirtyj tbe Mary-la-bomre, Wi^eliBtbWibe, Bristol, and Ueiibeigh Infirmaries: the Windsor General Dispensart; the iUdUUaex aad St. George's Ho^itttls; Parochia* Estoblisli-"^tat^v&e. &c. &c. Persons in the Country are requ^ed to sead the cir Cttmfurence of the Body an inch below the Hips. gland i from the charaiier of commerce in Limerick against the ! zaiiim of the duties. HOUSE OF LORDS.-Tuesday. PctJtioDS were ple^ented from the clergy of Bath and Weils, and Sarum, against the I'uitarian marriage bill ( from the pbrish of Sl James, Clerkenwell, against colonial slavery: froin tlit clergy of Chester, Boroiigbbridge, Bolton-le-Moors, and Roches tcr, a^iust the Unitarian marriage bill; from the clergy ol Bath and Wells, which opposed, in forcible terms, the same hill ; against the assessed taxes, from the iohabiinnts of the couDt^ of Hants ; from the uobilily and cleigy of Mavo, aeainst the repeal of linen bounties; from the High SheriflT ami inhaM-tan:s concerned in the linen trade in the county of Cork, jiraylng the repeal of linen bount'es may not take place. 'i'hese petitions were severnlly read, and laid on the tahle. The Earl of LAUDERDALE rose, pursuant to iiolice, to bring in a bill to repeal all the acts respecting the Spitaltirlds silk trade. Tlie noble liarl Said the bill was like the uieajiire which came from tlie house of commons last session of Parliament, with thi^ exception, the bill which he held in his hand would rejieal certain a^'ts relating to tbe silk trade iu Ireland, which the former did not.-Read afirst..time. The Unitarian marriage bill, thongh'supported by the Carl of Liverpool and the Archbishop of Canterbury, was thrown out on the question of going into a committee, by a majority ol 105 to G(i. HOUSE OF COMMONS. Petitions were jireseoled from the fellowship of London porters, praying that their interests might be protected in the St. Ka-ilierioe dock bill; in favour of tbe same bill, from the merchants of Yarmouth and Dover ; from the city of London gas lliiht rik: coke coiiipnny against tbe oil gas bill, and the conijiressed l'.is hill; from th^ .\lliaiice Hrilith and Foreign assur.-ii'ce com;ianv, praying for leave to preseiil a petition to iucorpofhte the siiid company j in favour of ihe hides and skins hill from the hutrliers of Peterborough, from Perth, and from the biitchei-s of Worcester, Coventry, Arundel, Carlisle, and Liveriuol ; Hgainst the same hill from the tanners, curriers, and IrHlhcrcutters of M.iii-chesler, Northaropti.n, \Volverhani[)ton, Liverjiool, I.ancii.*!tiT, Canterbury, Abingdou, and Hrijditon; from Deiby,  Boltotj, Choriey, Holton-li-iMoi)r, aud Warrington, and from the com mon brewers of Liv*-!pool, against the beer duties hill ; from Skerries, Rush, snd oilier places on Ihe coast, in the county of Dublin, against ihe rcpe-al of the li�b bounties;  from PenzaiKC, in favour of llie county courts bill; from certain journeymen ol Newark-npon-Trciit, against the combin�ti{)n l.tws; from four barrisiers holding freehold offices iu the Palace Court, prSyiiig compea.^�lion for any losses they may expiiieiice from the county courts hill, from Monmouth, *Kaiiist slavery ; from the conuty of Middlesex, against the continuance of the duty on ^�'Tlt ; from South Sh.rids, praying (of an equaiizstlun of the coal duties; from ihc couniy of Mayo, against the rtjfeal of the limn Ininn-lies; from certain growers and dealers of corn iii tlie connty of Sussex, against the liill for allowing bonded corn to be gronml into flour for exportation ; from poor farmers .imf peaswnii of the county of Wistmeath, complaining of ihe existence ol ( er-Uiin political societies in Ireland called oraiigemen afid ribhoii-iiien, who dislurhed the tri.nquillity of the country, and compci-kd t!ie petitioners, agaiubi their will, to l�ecoiiic phrtisaiis on one side or tJie other; against ll�c combiiwlion laws from the stocking weavers of Glasgow, and Irom the journeymen shoeinnkers of Cambridge ; praying a repeal ot the asscssi-d t.ixrs, from Castle Carey ; frum the gentry and clergy of the diocese of Ro  complaining of tbe removal of the diocesan school; from the Chamber of Commerce of ihe city of Waterford, Hj:amst the hill relating to wheal in bond ; from tbe several brewers of Forfnr, a^iiinsi the present regulation of beef duties ; from Salford, H|,'Hinst the combination luwsj and anolhei, to the .same effect, fii.ui several buUliers of Newgate market; Irom lUe Tov^n Clerk of Cambridge, praying for compensation ander ihi" cotintv ctMirts hill; from ibe tannei^ of Chester, against the leather duiy i from -Mtriiighain, against negro slavery ; from Edinlmrch, �igne e referred solely to the poverty of the coimtry, tahich chilled her industry and diminished her skill. Be AoUd ptopoiie a* a reibedy, that a sum not exceeding a million shoald be entrusted to commissioiters, to be lent \a individuals on tbeilr giving security for the repayment.   He preffcrred tbb soutM 16 tbe engairiag in any public *orlfs, because it would encourage enterprize and Speciilkfion.   He shiinld propose a check to the money beidg applied merely In discbaVge of incumbrances oo laiff?  Ihe mode of preveiiting this he shonld pro-poie to leavle to the disere�i(Sn of the comUiissiohers.   He would otiaervc, however, that one mode of accoroplishidg the.^sileral obj^ wonld be by ektebding the preseiit syi'tem of chari loans, which had been attended wiib much benefit. He had no4>j goae through the particulars of the Subject he had brought under the notice of the hon<�e.   He was satisfied that, if the gbvern-rnent were to set tlie example, cai'4tal wontd be irahsferred to Ireland by individuals to a considerable amount.   He referred to tbe example of Scotland to shew tbe elfect of capiUl oathe situation of tbe peasantry, thoui^h lie admitted thai education and skill night form some part of the cauSe.   fle condOded by ioo�idf, "Thalthe bodae do resolve itself into a committee of tb^VVOle iKiose, to ct)nsider the jtrrtpfiety of presenting an homfel� address to his niajeMy, prnyiug that henpfl^M.gite^ cioasly pleased to give direction.s for sdvaneirtg a Suih not e.\-cecdtng one million, to he einjiloved in the [)Tuvin ir-ward in the nii>M laiulalilo teii\f>er and laiiguiite.   He joined the hnn. member in his i eiTet that a country like Ireland, with so many advantages ms u> i liiiuite, soil, aud people, should, front unhappy circumstnnres, he prevented altaiuuig that cininent ! situation which those advimtHnes np).eared to promise,   lie ton- \ sidered the interests of thi-; country to be so united with those | of Ireland, that in his opiiiioapvery proposal for aseisling lur ! should receive a favniirHlile attviitioii. assure the hon. member lie had given to facts and arguments 1 y xvhicu he had supported il; but he re grelted he had ct)me to the opinion that the proposal (so fUr ;.s \ he could understand it) was not advisable.   He was fully afxare j that parliament had iuterlerred on former occnsions for the i Hssitiance of Ireland hr grants of considerable sums ; rind It was i not to be denied that this eleemosynary kind of assistance iriis | sometimes advisable, hut it becnme so only when the ilecessity I for it was immediate and ovcrroling.   The proposal of the lion, i member, however, did not appear to be of this description ; for ' he understood it to be intended only in the way of loan.   Ot i the policy of this kindof nssistance from the public purse he had always his doubts, thouiih he admitted be bad sometimes lieen a party to it : but his (imibts were particularly great *hen the case was applied to Ireland.   'Ibis,  his opinion, arose not from anj indifference in his mind towards the situation of Ireland, but Irom a desire to pre\ent a delusion, by the creation of a temporary apparent prosperity.   If they were to be loo lavish ill these grants from the puMiC purse, they would cause the gentry of Ireland to be perpetually leaning on the governrtieiit to keep tlieir heads above water.  This was a most errorieous course of policy ; Siid the adoption of it as a general course would be most mischievous.   Grant aftef grant would go on ; hut at last the system of granting must Stop ; and the people would be found then less capable uf exertion for themselves than ever.   Thus much for the pl�n iuself oftbe hon. member.   But evf n if the plau were free from objection, he thought its j)rftc-licaliility was very questionable.   He did not exactly understand in what mode the hon. gentleman proposed to give the assistance 10 ilic fisheries. To set Uiein up, to set tbem going in particular j districts, be did not see any objertion ; but this must be done | on a very small scale indeed.   The Lord Lieutenant, by the prc-!cnt law, had the power to issue from the treasury a certain !t6ni (W believed about 6,0001.) a year) for the erection of pieri, aud tor accomplishing other means of protection lo the fishery suduus.   With regard lo that part of the plan wbleb went io eiuouragc the growth of fiax ;  it appeflrcHt that the hon. gcn-iliinaii himself was aware tiiat it was a Subject of diffiiolty.- i h?re appeared, however, to be no wnnt of demand tat the i(ax.   Corn, which was ns etpensive In the cultitalioo as flajf, h us produced in abiindailce ; and he therefore could not s^e wliy liie non-rultivatioD of ftax was to be attributed to a *Sni o( cHpital.   It was never de8iraf>le that parliament should lend money to people connected \*ith the lunded interest; but the proposed loan would be more than usually objectionable, as j Irom tbe proposed check, it would often bring tbe government ] I into unpleasant, not to say hostile coHisi(m with tbe landed ; pro[irielor�.   He thought there were many other serious oh- : jceiions to ll�e plan in principle, and lo its exrcntion as pro- i j posed, even if the first branch of objections were gotten rid of \ He did not wish, however, to press his objections with earnest- : ness, still less with warmth, iu a case wherein the object was , so laudable.   P;irlinment had shewn every disposition to afford I assistance to Ireland of n legitimate nature.   He meant the re- ; mission of taxes snd the removing restrictions Opon Commerce more ijiipleasaw^ thaa to Wmkluifa th Ae ti^. ilui ct��p 'otild then take plJicfe^frilb regard to'theiftj'i^ wlediwBnimgth'e i cl��r,ic;er-il day of pAyihfieht miist owie, an^i^ien.as conciliation was to. be atue object of such kb^|U�a Sfc failed U]6b'n them to look how fm-.fiom such an atfito^e the crqwa Would assuiro when it cartie tdJtnforcc payment. What frotajld become of prior credltore, for it wns ceia'aih thf croiTnwfOuld enfoirce payments in a way of its o\vij); wmch Voutd l)e (b tMrdeloBfibit ofan others. It would in Shoii be theSi-eve'Ajlutf rtiiii. TJfi^ veni the srgu. ments which had di-ssdaded liim ft�& a vi^aMM^ during a period of lahded tfistress, and h* wis s^tte appp'cafiion of siich remedy to Ireland would create greater evDs than it wiajiToposed to relieve. The more unobjectionable part of the scbSme. that ^ which referred to public wprks^^ was still carried en, and the^fuad for that purpoic wss nqt exhausted, tfegaye "the fullest credit to the hon. mover for the henerole'nce in wtich his seheme originated, a credit to wliich he considered biiiaseif pht^ally entitled, at tbe same lime that he was obfiged most relucUntly to give his dissent to the motion. Mr. MABEin.V sen. supported the inoijop. tTa wished to carry on the discussion with the temper which bat) hitherto marked it, hut he mi^t say, that he 4�ongnt^nca tuey were voting money for churches and palaces, they ought to provide for the necessiiies of their fellow countrj-mcn, iu such a state as were tJu- Irish. Colonel TRENCH said there wag ao endorance under [.suffering in the Msh, so much acuteqess ajid,so many, excellent moral qualities, that they w*re entiUed to better Uiitv'a.^ He miLst say, that they owed many of Ibeir evils tp a want of sympathy in the gentry. Another evil wa?, that the BaiYK. oi Ireland had not followed the example of the tank of tlnghmd in lowering the rate of interest on money. A man of not 61.ty large capital, but pood nerves, waa now tic kind of pyrsou wanted in Ireland. To give an idea of now liilie was done by Ireland for herself, he irould only mention that, in the county oi4laaco�mii��i a ladies'committee had been formed, for thu po*t�OBe ol fiading employment for the poor. ^ The absentees were applied to by thcth ror a fc|tearance off the shores of the Brneils, and, if such A-ere the case, whelher explanations on the subject had been demanded or received from the French Government ? Mr. Secretary CANXING had no difllcatty in aOsiVcriifg the question, shaped as it b;vd been by bis bod. friend It >VAs certainly true that several French ships, with different destrua-tlons, (they were however lew to comparison with the number stated in the rumour alhided to), had met in the barbonrs of the Brazils. Tbe rumour in question, had pralwbly orifiakted in the loose talk of some of the French officers, who had repre-seated that more ships of war were expected there. We bad no reason lo b�rlieve that this Was trae, bdt every reason to believe tbe coutraTy. From such expinnatidiia and asnmrares as tbe French Ambassador could give on the spur of a moment apeaking from the general knowledge which be possessed. Ministers felt satisfied that there was no foandatioa whatever for the representations which hail been sent abroad, and he had no doubt that a very few days would enable him positively to slate the to be tbe case. Petitioas were presented from a town ni Norfolk, againsr altering the law with respect to bides and skins \ from cer ain journejmien of Knaresborough against the combination laws ; from tbe journeymen shoemakers erf the borough of MaHon, tn the county of Vork ; ftom the butchers of Ne#ea8tle-upon 't'yne in favour of the hides aud skins' hills; and from the Se-cessional church of Scotland at the same place ; from certain master brewers in tbe county of York against the beer d�ires' bill ; from an individual of llie name of George Read aguiust the combination laws ; from certain journeymen taifors in the coimty of York on the subject ; from sevea to 8,60A petiarss, many of them not of the lower orders, against the combination laws ; from the butchers of Clare and Newport markets, and other butchers of the metropolis ; from the pawnbrokers afninst the equitable loan company, and against joint stock CoilrpaiiiieS generally ; from the butchers of Wbitechapel, id faroorof the hides and skins' bill ; from the governors aod officers of the fishmongers company in Ireland, against the provisions'of a bill for repairing Derry cathedral: from tbe inlia1�lter of petty retainers.   Tliia mischief was also promoted by the catholic clergy, whose interest it was to promote raarria^ amonjf those whd cotnpdsitftheii'flocks; adinconve-ttieoee (oi�e amone mhny others) atteadii^. th0 ^diTelbee eilP a ma,)ority o# voligioo Unsupported by the piddic anthovilSes.  Ifc believed that government could n�� remove the evil by any diroSt remMy, and h� awn proposal wookl therefore be fo^ an indireet one.  The ffrst ^'p towan^ the rentedy would be by eitcreasiag the capital of the cbnatry, and this wo^djbe best obtained'by a security of property.   "That security' wofild be iusured'by providing employment, and the consequent means of comfort among the poorer classes.   Distarbaace and the want of employment were generally, if not always connected.   \x was therefore the - (Hear, hear, hear .').-He did not wish to meet a motion so iiilrodiiced to the house as this had been, by a direct negative j , and he should therefore content himself with moving the previous question. i Lord AL THORP did not think the general ofrjWlldn �6 i grants of this description applied to that contemfilated b^ the present motion.   Althuuuh he did not entirely Coucifr irt ill thtt I had been stateort of Ireland Ditl the hon. geutienan know \^'.n the motion of Sir G. Clerft, fid bill i^a8HieaorJere�f bV re-committed.-Adjoarned. HOUSE OF L08DS=-WHi�n�>*ift   . Mr. Brogden and others brought up from ti? CffiaSAt^ tSf su^nr bomil'itrs bill,, tbe county eonAs bOl, tktf BriMi MUetua bill, the rum impor:atiou bill, aud the miUlia p�gr hiil^ wtaxb were read a first tiuMj, Si i j'. G'raliam ^id others hIso brought uo tine Qotaggafia a hitttb repair (he roads west'of^ Hyde-parK-coruer, thid Mvexs* private bills, which were read a first time. tff. JobAsbn fMteisled ci^fiOM rUttA^ Kon'MTf for IrehBd/pttfsfcAi^th t8i>   ' {un the table. The Marquis of LANSDOWNE held ia hia hand a petition from certain persons in Irehud, who described tkeowalroa   

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