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   Courier (Newspaper) - May 8, 1841, London, Middlesex                                f OtfbOU and J_i ADDITIONAL that on�nd iStn HOBDAY the aocommodttiiia of tie Nl    _, _      ...... Ueds, York; Hofl, and BastonStsAc*-, I�h�;�t�a��ft�jlMff*� B thai � uuu*wp��nM�g,Ti�%w;l*^^ from the sipvw ^'t^l^'^1^*^1^ ' By Outer,      Bi'mSED,niH0mf H*y?&,lS�l. .'� � '    .'r ''. AND-IN-HAND LIFE ; 'fe8BBANC2E CIETY, No.l,New Brid>-stre�t,Blsekfrisr*, L SO- DIRECTORS. r; Sir Felix Booth, But. Tbe Horn Sir,Edwsrd Cust-Km Edw*rds, Esq. Jems* Esdsile, Esq. T. Wffl**tB*B�lp�, Esq. JohnGanwyiHoare.Esq. E. Fuller tfaitlend, Eaq. %"^S^^!ili�inK�i=ce, the i"*01**"^iSmS ___         '   -    nmviiimi<  ���0 Tbe Hotw Chai. John Morny. William Scott, Esq-Henry P.-f^KflivBaq. Henry W�ymooth,Beq. Henry Wfleoo, E�q. filbert Wmter.Etq. Wflliuo WIx, Esq. 0*metMPje�t:of djftinsnrsnce, uie 1�p0"S^Sr ZT^J ifM^l�ip�KWJM�hiBtre provision-tor stofly, bte inserted and r�mo�ed with"tbe greatest fasilitr. By'th'sirose the lowest whisper breathed at I o publib aatembry nbrtte* on the organs of hearing in such a pleassataianSir ar to afford tbegriateatTelief to thoselaboar. lDgenderthediatMajingailmentc'^eifDoaa. Mr. E. SOLOHQNS' PATBN1 3PECTACI^p6�ieaaW� adTsntige" of raodifying bright � and strong light mnsanRstt tfawi^ tbewiimaVnmoars of the eye, bo) as to render tistoc most perftodjr idrstiDBtby day, or Umpi or; candles' at nlgbti cotiieylog'atao eT'eeose of coolness and nleaMreU"ft*Orgab;,: WHbri|(-adfUrional-TMtmmendattoB-ofbeinf fo�� lrasjlhe p^Won^tHbWes tfebmrooo 'jrlasae�.c Their �4p�rlati�e e'toeBenrelsisttestedly tbe ftllowiDg asc) manr Other easi^j n^tpractrtfoirers, 'wht>barewx�mlaed, oaed, afidreeeaosendad tbe�inpr^eTeOMtoallo�anii- - ''" -        ����z-w.y.-nX-r. Sir, "       --------'------ Sir1_______,    .      . Bir Jaues^. Anderson, W.V., 11, New Burlingtowtreai. � James Jbbw6n,;E�li;, M.D.. SnSblk-pIade. "r BrwiibyB. Cooper, Eaii., New-street, Spring-garaena.' J. U. AJndrewa, Esq., Senior Surgeon to the London Hospital; St. HeleD's-place. J. Copland,Esq.M.D., F.R.B., Bolstrode-ttreet, Manebas. ter-sqnare.   C. AstonKeyJMaq., St. Helen's-place. JohB8oott, Esq., 10,'New Broad street. C. J. B. Aiai�,E�q.,M.D.',OW Bdrlihgton-street. R. Keate, B�j*i-15, Albmnarfe^treet. Titos Bsiry,:Esq.,Ch��terTetraee. E. W. Doffio,E�^, 14/LaBgbaavptace. �-.:�> John ?iepb�Oaoo;;Baq,;a8,COodoiV�treet. -f J. T, Conquest, Ksqv.otD.", 13,Tinsbtiry.sqoare. Wm. Coalson.-Esq'., Fredetiok.plaoe, Old Jewry.  Mmin Were,Es�.VKewBrld��*treet. Dr. Blair, Pbyaiettnw�bate*es County Hospital. .-.    ���k John Uwrenoe;-E�q".,'l8orgeoo. - ; '    ditto, Richard Middl�sn1oWi>BsB;v7eBple>TO�l BtRninghao. ' John & Soden.Ssq.t BM-Irffiranry. '� Tweedy John. TodoVEerj.., M.'D.\ Grand Parade. Brighloa.� � AndrewPlurmneV,E�<|viM.'DiiOU18teyne,dj. " -'.'�  the K*itand Canterbury Hospitals HonrfDmrje;Eso^.;fiBTg*  '.-cJoi        - -do.    -Professor Harelsnd/Priyaicisn to tbe Kttg oTPmatiii Berlin.1 Jtmoe M'Do�nen,M.B., BeIfiut,l�>IaBd. .;:;,) : J. WoodroBsjM.P�,CorlK ' ' do. "     . � -?v! E. BuUen.'M,IXv'        '.^i "i-^dai. *� *   ;- . L. Maeker. t&.J>,; Watsjrftta^ i do." M. Poole, il.D. ,-.c.-.-idpi-v-i ." tlo. -W. Gore,M.B.CaiLim�Tickr    .do. - :.e � ..; u-.i Mi.E. BOLOMOM8eonoeiTsaitadoty haoweatothapsA* he and himself to-suu*,4bat%e has do oonssetJoa wbatararj witb peraonaof the sasas� name-injiioImaaadlata- uaighausMI 1 hood or elaewaore, Uaonly s^blialrnzaawin EaghnfMof t f-o.36, Old3pnd.str�et, Piooadiny,- and.Na l,0�:ftw#i*l qty.sjdiqa. Brsnrh gjiaaliarmimiu in Irerand.fca veca^iat lincUyamlimwqBiTOoalfcj toaaaora tbtm thstthe oWi^Mit granted far ^t^taole�iorAhela�t.twentTyeai�*,taa >iiaaii�at4 foraiaintantlon, and: which baa caceiyad tb* attiiotnBJi*!*** > Craaartar-Ho.1,' OUJawiy, City; andJ^o.Vfc'OiiBotali stra^-EiostdLUr.'        ..  � ' .^-w^       v^Vi^iiw .      ^^JBttUoolysnrTitio^PartowBftbaviaiofiT w��m.^i�^��a�ln�4heca�anowTi�a oflndiTidaalafraBi lUa^a^aWaytboawatna ttPrice andGc�neD,"waU knowi . taai;tha�, s>am^ysa^;part�^:ro,i nor in any way oiotuiaetaa] ' ar^.ttarjaiioYa^Biasstcjthstwlsa^ pt�l>.iaJ|toa'*ls^fim.o�;r'Jsio�-Bid GosnelL" Thesap� aamtakiiia:a�d,'retau) Uttearaontamingwlers intsnrted-for M�aam;.PKiC� ,�J|f Co, (Mtv Priee'a nraaent firjo)/- wh*ra*y ma^Ha^ satainwf.bj-Mesazs. Prioe sad Co., a� w�U as ia�ofmauAM�snd�U*aj|B�u3aa*o.tbythab Pri�eil^ �u)�jesrs's^llPerfiuBsra.tothaBoyallanulT, MONB^itHiB MOVm, Wfl. �. MsMBAaD�slBEfig ini EsishlWwnU-AngsiU 18,38*0.JqlaaOfgriaU|>, t% 16,515. , TfflBTT-SEVENTH ATStHJA*. E    -ITION of the SOCIETY of PApjTEjUl fa" WATEBi MiWibefrG.nery,PdVmalHUuy rYajaWiiiili day from Nine, till Dusk.-Admittance, .One Shil. ag^log^Sixpeoce.  ;   " ^^ru,^^ BOH PASTORALiAID " SOCIETY  Instituted 19tb Fsbrnary,-1836. VICE-PATRONS. k>lUr. Z&A Bishop of MaVHtef''' - r�Ur. L6Cd Biahop of lanAWaUs;    , ' ' �Ita*-. Lktd Bishop of tord'Bishop- of L^d BUhop �f Lord Bishop ofj Jiord Bishop ofj Rtljit'R*�. Lord Btsaop of 'Uehfield ' ; ' - fc^l^RajvLord Bishop of Bight'Est. Lord Bishop of -BodoraadMan - Moat NoMe Marquis of Chok moodeley Right Hoooorable thaXsri of -ChichesUr BigbtHon; Earl of Harrowby Right Hon. Lord Bexley Sight Hon. Lord Ferers&m' �* Biajadflast.LardASHLBY, SKP". population of i^9ljSr$foaim, or each on an k, white the wratafs.emouut of their in* comes iioAr 163{.-159of these Inenmbattti are without par. sohege boueea. Prerioos to the aid of the Society, only 314 Clergymen were engaged iD tbe pastoral eare-of the abore-stated popuhltioa. The grants Are to proride stipends for 390 Clergymen, and 39 lay Assistants, at a charge to the Society, wher1a]lthe.appointmenu*hellbem�de by the Incumbents, of tSJal. peraonam.. 2X5 Clergymen and 35 Lay Assistants are nowaapportsd as. their labours by the Society at a charge of Z0.9401. peViunam.- Tbe ANNUAL SEBMON will be preached by the Rot. JOHN HA&DING, M.A., Rector of St. Andrew by the Wardrobe.andSt.Ann, Blaokfriara,lateHon.Seoretaryof this Society, at the Church of 8t.DunstaD, Fleet-street, on Monday Etenini. the 10th of Hay, at HeAf.past Six o'Cloek. ,Tb�ASNUAL MEETING will be heldonTuesdsy,"May U, at Bxeter Hall; the Right Hon. Lord ASHLEY, M.P., Presidenttwill Uketbe Chair at Eleren o'Cloek. Contribntions will he thank/etlly reoeired at the Society's OBoe, Temple Chambers, Falcon-court, Fleet-street; at Messrs. Williams, Deacon, and Co.'s, Biicbin-lana; also at Messrs. Hatohard's. Piccadilly; Seeley's, Fleer-street; and Nisbet'a, Bernars-atreet. .     , Also, any anas may bo safely, and ires of expense, remitted through country bankers, who will desire their London cor. respondents to credit the eame to "Messrs. Williams, Deacon, and 00., Bankers for the Church Pastoral-Aid Society." In either ease the contributors are requested to write to the Secretaries edrisiog payment. Tiokets for the Annual Meeting may be had on and after the 1st of May, st the Society's Offica! and at Messrs. Seeley'a, Fleet-street) Hatohard's, PioeadiHy; Niibet's, Bern era-street; BornV, Portman-atreet, Portmsn-square; Jackson's, Islington-green; Cainea and Co.'s, Halkin-street West, Bel-grsre.square;;sndMr Burns',Bookseller, Ke&niogton-graeo. X ECIURES.on CHEMISIKT.-Dr. B. B. KEID M-l will oommsnoe on Tuesday, the 18tb ioit., aw Willis's Booms, King-street, St. James's, at Three o'clock, a COURSE of LECTURES on the CHEMISTRY of the ATM08PHE RE, to be continued on Tuesdays and Satartrays at the same hour. Tbe Course will eomprise Eight Xaetnraai and tbe following snbiaots.wiU mot* partioolarly engage attsntian� Chemical Cbsracters of the FJsmenUof. Air and Water- their ExteoaiTe Agency-Amount of Airreqniradtfor Reapira-qon-Vsriedes of Atmosphere-Imporitiea with which Air is o(t�n Oontaminated-r-Porifieation of Air.  ; Action of Inflsromable Matter on. Air-rDiffersnt Varieties of FmI-TbtOT of.C^bustioo-Prerention of Smoke- r-\ '. ,C^mu^oa^n:oi, H�a4-r;The opett Fira-place-btoyea- rjis^andJlDlWAtwApjamwforHBating Air.fc. .Naton aM'Propeftiea. of Flame-Coal Gas-0snse� that bsye rstsrdsd Jta.-rnoro geotrml introduction-Method of re* morwrg Defeota attahutatito it^-Jmportanoe of extending ifa mr�gswsjjrjsft aa,a8oiJn�,both of fleet and Lighr**Slow C  '" Iafloerjoeof jUt�i�.Prs^^PJodBera..CsBasai of their Do-' e^aral Pnnalples of VytiUrioa:-MoTeaenta induced in Atr by Natural .and Artificial.Cauaes-The Diffusion of Gases -Ventllaiion of Pablto Sudldings and Dwoiling-honaea-Ga., neral Arraogeaients, applicable to citiea and indisidaai Dis. JriotA-ObsatTatlonf.op. the State of the Atmosphere in Publio AssfmWlM.ChtuoheSjSchooU.Barraoks, Mines, tec.: � ' Veotilailon of Hospitals. HnnmsJbr loTalida- Manofac-torles; wbei^.rjoxloos sapooraara aWl^ Influence ofArpbiVaj�tnral._ArMj��B�qpi*o:!Speaking and earing^and Kwetlea.of;Efoctpio^u5^ i VM^laiioAOfBUnaj^Sfasjurvb^ ^UaaJ^wmwmMiar^iw^ itn. porjjmof^Tlj^^o%^.a�d*pf�Wt^^ona of praptioal obamj-tryaa-a s^(w*al_,bjaMipf edacatJon in all sohoola and ,   . =    'ally.ai a-means of improving public SMM i^iWef^^ogenenoi ^ ,    t-aadtl|a'4rf|er�ittadiimtagoa,t(iat Jnstttaarjo oJ^ebH!ourse�,;hot only in refe--   m KBijiii,,ont 'also ^toconnaxipn witj> _1.^1,.rr-r-,_ %     Interesu of ojnips^U proceeding-to � ooutry ,wbare they most depend pnneipaUy on their own lea abd Gentleman may obtain Tiokets, One Guinea each, atWIIlU's_Rooms,King-street,St,James's.' Door* open at HaU-frtatTwoo'clock. . j " ...    . JKAP PLATE GLASS, in �atlre^. new artlcTi ',b�.� Patented Process, for Buildings, Drawingi, and ^SfiSPJJt*11 tUe'*" �p .�� ��>y So inchet �.   .;:;;.; ; " " "iESSSSlwindow'glass.  -;,'"v?'V :': fftBTED-or-BIBBED GLA8S. . ' :   '     J s tURED GLASS, inclnding tie RTJBY, eq'nal U> the I^I^lS^A'ilENTED: GLASS. , , r " Ti8.?ApES forj covering Clocks and Ornamenli. T" ~!?i&?!fe,WdA? y CLAOTEr. aoa.HOUGH. Km^pUt Warehoose,,89. High;Holborn, wheie lotJ4oaho�e\BrtcIea maybehad^'';: ' '-This excellent Family Palis a: JHadieina of cacy for correcting all Disorders of the Stomsoh �a coininonairraptoma of which/'are oostiTeness, "VP**   appMite, aibk haad-�chle, HOMin, ....., W �eW� dixxtnesa of the eyes,.dnwsiMts, Jsstomach-and bowels, indigestion praddeing � * Wfl        and a; coostant inactiTity. of Mi . rttamoatoxcelfent, preparation, ty a UtW pa& S&uSVf-WPi&r '"St? oi- tbrea doses.ji i�r^*iE1-4a^|a^a^Jtt5acta." The stoduohw ir^"Er"^ ?JDJd,�',l�k� plaea,ta�d luatea.of'l ~ani and janndWed,�ppeawce.:�t�ailB*' lbealth,wiu be tbe quietrnanU oflakuia: RM to. the directions �)ompsnyias?iBaa  ��111 ,^dgenee.Bt.laWe.''U&T: .^"We .of h^S^.^^'^J�&*too' ?i..and aailmrSij Mmdoo,?tinth�e<). ktoJMMitioM; pri  , praufiud ferguson, a� Johiff - Coooty of Muiaaauli ari^TOUaaa w"y*;n,1!Kot.V Williams, Eaq^-to-be Deputy lilftrtfnani County of Wilts-Winiam Bird BfOdle? Esq., to be Deputy Llr utensnt, dated May 2,18*1.' Boyal Wilts BegtauntVtf YebmaDry Csolry-John Gardner, Gent, to-be Sorgron, dstedMay 1, J841. Sootbero Regiment of. Nottieghimihire Yeomanry Cavalry-J WUlUm Arnutrong. Gent, to:be Adjutant, dated May 1,1841. DECLARATION OP INSOLVENCY. Lu, Johx, Cherter, tea dealer, dated May 6,1841. BANKBTJPTS.. Cairsox, CHiaLxs. Dirk Hottse-lane, Lower Thames-street, fish'factor, toiurrender May 14/at half past, tw�l�e, and June IB, at our, at Badngbsll.itreet. Official Assignee, Mr. Whlt-more.BuloshsIl-street; Sollcllor, Mr. Murry, New Locdon-treef, Fenobnreh^treer. Baowrr, Cauaus, OrtbnJ-ttreet, china, dealer, May 18, at one, and June 18, at twel�e, at. Baalr/gball-itrett Offlcial As. �Ignre, Mr. Green, Aldennanbury; Solldtora, Messrs. Fsrrar and Lake, Godllroan-street. Doctors'-coomoris. FoLLsa, Gioaar,' Rfgetjt-rtreet, phawl dealer. May 14, at two, and June;. 18,.atreleTeh,' ay BaslrighslLstreet. Offlcial Assignee, Mr.. Gibson,'Ba^lngrrsB.rtrtetj Solicitors, Meun. Wslterj and Bern, BufiteriWUjtrset. Boaoiss, RiCHiaD and.'' JoBif, Mscdesfleld, Cheshire, silk throwsters. May 14,'at.twrltje, and June 18, at eleren, at Basing, ball-street. Official Assigned, Mr. Johnson* Solkltors, Jlessrs. Crowder and Mayhsrd, nfanslon-house-plart.'". Nxwall, Wiluam, Jan., and HiBEijoif.' AsaiHiM, Man. cheater; grocers, May 18, and June 18, at eleren, at the Commissioners' Booms, Manchester..' Solicitors. Mr. HadOeld, Man-cheater; and Mettrs. Johnson, Bon, and Weatberall, KlDg'i Bench-walk. Temple. Reetxs, TaoMis and Willuu, Worcester, coach bnOden, Msy 21, and Jnne 18, at'eleyen, at the Unicom Inn. Worcester. Soltcltnrs, Messrs. White and Wbitmore,BedrbriS-row; and'Mr. Corbett, Worcester. Hssoxasos. John, Manchester, bookteller, May 22, and June 16, at ten, at the Commlsftonrrs'-rooms, Manchester. Solicitors, Messrs. Ksy,Barlow, and Artou, Manchester; and Mr. 8urr, LombaroVstreet. Ma as hall, WauiM, Llftrpool, iron-founder. May 20, and June 18, at one,.at tbe   Ittn] and fJr. Bobtason, Leeds,      ' . CAtioat, Wj^ixiM, Pattlogham, Staffordshire, brmer, May 21, and Jane J8,steleren, at tbe Swan Inn, Woltertrarnptoo. Solldtorl Messrs. Bigg and GoIdn^b.S^tbampton-brJldings; nfl Messrs. Tnofttanf ami Uddle, Newport, Salop. ' :.�pJto�ax. "Artkxir; �^�s^�r^l.j�ar�manWMM. Jfc and Xnne IS, at ten; at tbe Commissioners* Booms, MaUchester. Solicitors,' Mr. Sharp, Staple; Ins; London; and Messrs. Bow ley and Taylor. Maneoester. . :'   .... ~ B*pmBO�iT, Edwaxb,. Birmingham, glass rhannfacturer, Msy 21,and JuneleVat eleren; at the Union Ion, Birmingham. Solicitors, Mess'rs.'i Burfoor, Inner Temple, London; and Mr. Pare.BrrnilrighsitL' ' ' Ftxtrj.BicHTAan; Morton In tbe Marsh, Gloucestershire, corn merchant. Miry. 18^ and Jane 18, at'tweltr, iat the Red Lion; Banbury. SoUdtor,'Mr. Atklus, S�rsden, near ChlppIr^Nor-ttn.- '''.". '.';'":' '';'-'� � ' �"��';�'"',' '- V':-' " 'Bsarwirs^Bsiryiiaw'Wxii^LOTestort, San%lk,.cooper; May 21,and.June 18iat twelvri, at the'King'sHesd Inp, Beceles. 8olleIro^'.Mestr^*-A;d~UagMn; Gregori.JFaulkner, andFollett, Bedford-row; and Mr. Norton, Lowestoft.: '. '�]'. . Wittiilits; WrtEiiit,'.'Bridge, Kent''brewer, May-17, and Jhne!l8, UttwetTe, atthe Guildhall, toterbarV."'�' Solicitors, Messrs. Sanloty and Blidden, Caoterbary \ and' Messrs., Egan; Waterman;and Wrlgbt,'Essex.street, Strand." " :J   .' :'� Doitorb, Wiujak, Blitaop' Wearmoutb, Durham,-. ship bntlder, May2l, and June 18, at e1e�tn,st the Thompew Amu Inn', Sunderland. '' Solicitors, Messrs; Swain, :8te*eris; adtt'Cbi,', FrederlckS-ptace, Old Jewry; and Messrs. Wrtgfit. SnnderlatiA. -' WiLXDts, HiH�r and Jobit, 'Ix>ndofl.wa^"wb^;imin4an,tsi M.y 19, at two, and Jnne 18, at twelre, at Baslnjrhaltitreet. Onulal Assignee, Mr. Lackington; SoIIcitors,''Messn.: Heath, cote and Holmao, Colemsn-ttreet " HiAiiLt, William Baxib, Oxford-street, fishmonger, May 18, at one, and June 18, at eleven, at Bsilnghall-street OtB-olal Assignee. Mr. Groom, Abchort�-!ii)e, f^bardUstrert; Solicitor, Mr: Tbdmas, Fen-court, Penchurrh.street.', ' EVaxs, Bichaxd, Lleerpodl, stationer, Mar21 and Jane 18, at^'atine CUrendoti Booms, Liverpool 1 feUdtoT*, Messrs. gtt^.M^^Bat^hjiUar^et; and ntf.-8nowla0. "��pool. ^     :;. :^E^MAJSB^TS^^;r>W^',';.:''-' . *.:     'NEWGATE AND*CBAVENltALC.   . ;,  "   = ...;.M7- '.(S^tJwcaitwsperstaneofelbs.)'- / ' ,  BeefU�,..^.^8s lOd to 4s lOd I Veal .'....'.^T3s 865 Co 5s 3a Matron ?..V:^_3sI0d to 4s lOd | Pork 104 tc-H'Sd -rl..-r .:.?-�Itob:U:...i^0ort^6tW;V;i-'' ' r::"":>, - ''� ":::.L\;^vh^&i7WafxB^i^ ' ^'pd;,tO:�s Odl-Pock>w~,.is 04 to6� 4d .'.:-:t:Lamb.,..,;..Sa.4dto.CsSd.~:.  to"Mods; and .X U 8d ta 2s Oil . ^,.._^^^iHW^.0t;0dp<� f^rjgfcjfciiBl^^.s^^ Ite^t-yGcaUnajsJ 7s �i 7�ipdto�pd; pblcteni, W s Babbits, Is Od toJsSdi:  ;��w.m� �di wood- O^PfJi^BPpnsiOs fid per dos^-Sbpply HTJlt^Wlaars irks IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS, Fbibat, Mat 7. Lord POBTMAN presented peUHons praying for an alteration of the Poor-law, and for tbe abolltioa of Church-rates. He did not concur In the prayer of tbe petitioners re la tire to Church-rates, bat as tbe petitions were tspectfolly werded, he presented them.  The Clifton Bridge Bill was read s second time. The Liverpool Gas, the Northern and Eastern Hallway, and the Wanlngore Inclosnre Bills were read a third time with the amendments and passed. Clay's Estate, Warrlnert Estate, Stone's Estate, the Whittle-sea IncTosore, the Cheveley loclosure, and the Gamllngay In. closure Bills were read a fiat time. - The Lease and Release Btll, and the Law of Felony Explanation BUI were reported without amendment, and ordered to be read � third time on Monday next. SUGAR DUTIES. The Earl oTHABBWiOOD presented petitions against any alteration, in the iSngar Duties from a number of places in Jsmslca,;idd from" a large body of West Indla: proprietors and others' connected" with, the West Indies,, assembled. In public rn�tirwln~lU�dre�J..TTne-.Nofcje Eatl said that th*.projected Mr t&^rjveiwnent w4Uiirespect;to tbe SWar Dal Y ThAEarl ortOBNTCAMEL presrtt-d a peHUon item thfl Colonial Society) to the same eflter. The Noble Earl said flew* the petitioners belonged to all political) parties, but they bad all joined in petitioning- against the alleged scheme of tbe Government.  Tbe Noble Earl was about to present another petition when,  ' , ' The Earl FITZWILLIAMsald that if the latter petition were presented be should be deprived of his right to make any remarks on the first petition. The Noble Earl, had stated that the petitioners had abandoned their politics. Now he (Lord Pitxwil-llsm) always understood thst politics- were public principles adopted for the good of tbe community. The petitioners consequently sacrificed the good of the community for their own selfish benefit.   (A lsogb.) -' The Earl or MODNTCASHEL then presented a petition from planters, labourers, and others, In Antigua, against any alteration in the Sugar Duties.. The Earl of BADNOS wished to ask tbe Noble Earl whether he knew that slave-made sugar was consumed in the West India colonies, and sold m the West Indies at 8}d. per lb. He understood from a book written by Mr. Gurney that soch was the case. _ The Esrl of yOTJNTCASHEX said he had understood that slave grown sugar could be brought to this country refined, and sent back and then sold cheaper than sugar produced by free labour. After a few words from LordASHBUETON, the conversation dropped. _ Lord LTNDHUBST presented s similar petition from the Island of St. Vincent, signed by a large body of the planters in the island. Lord ELLENBOBOUGH presented a similar petition from the Island of Tortola, The Marquis of fiOWNSHIBE presented a petition from Belfast, signed by 6,200, against lay patronage In the Church of Scotland. THE NEGOTIATIONS WITH CHINA. Lord ELLENBOBOUGH presented a petition Irbm tbe merchants of Bombay on tbe subject of the trade with that port and China, and he then asked whether the Government had any information on the subject which they could furnish to the Home as to the proceedings In China? He found that it was reported that It bad been stated In another place that since then Information had been received, and thst tbe Government did not consider It to be expedient to recommend ber Majesty to ratify any treaty founded on the basisof the articles agreed towith Capf.' EU!ot..r He wished to know whether this decision was come to by tbe Home' Government, or whether It bad been recommended by the Gtyre^r-GeneraHn Council V'.' It UieStter.wnotthe case, the treaty might hart) been completed,.and merchant* might hate been Induced1' to enter'Into arraruremeriU to trade with them, whkh, If tboi hrokenoff, woold be1 productive of great inerovirnlcner. , '.'' '"--"-�.'- ^ Viscount MELBOURNE replied that ItwaaunoTorrbfedly trna that fnrtber Information bad been received from China trnce the NobW l�rtjPB*rJrf� J|mrief- question..'" TChr GorterhineDt cejE1 tatnly cVraldoot xnow. at' present whether tberemtd Sen airy | altlmate conclusion of thr articles alluded to. Ioatroctlons, however, bad been sent out that if the treaty should pe signed, founded on those "arrlctes. that It would not be satisfactory, and could Dot be approved'of by'the Government, and that they could not recommend her Majesty to sanction It. This was the decision taken here, and was not the decision 'of the Governor. General.- '�'��_/_"' '. . '' Tbe Sake of;WELLINGTON wished to know whether Hong Song bad been tak'm possession of.     ' A .'-� Viscodrrt MELBOUBNE said tbit hebeikvedlthad. Lord ELLENBOBOUGH-Has the island (if Cbasan been BTaccated?.:-' '-    ' - '  Lovd MELBOURNE did not know whether It had or not. The School Biti Conveyance Bill waa read a second time. .�:n...,:;.zir, -  -THECOBN LAWS. '-��'.�'. 'Earl FITZWTLLLAM presented s petition from Kendat, and petWottsfrotn Halifax arid severai'places In, Yorkshire,' praylDg for tbe repeal of th� Corn-laws. The Noble Earlalso presented t petition from Leeds, signed by 35,000 persons (the whole-'male Walt population) to the tame effect, having given previous notice of Mslhtehtlbnto doso. - The Noble Esrl read the prayer of tbe piBtton. -'.....   :; '.�.'�� '� - Lord ASHBOBTON thought K aflbrded a serious ground of eom^lnt aarajrkt the Govenunent that they ahonld so'uselessly and � nnnetessarlly' fiavir Introduced this question, to add to the bad blood and bad feelingalready pervsdtogtheomntiTon other qurstlons. He rose, however, principally to'combat the;notlon tbst seemed- to be entertained that the Corn-laws were anew Invention in the year 18I'oV At no period of ow history since the: Norman conquest had we been wtthoat Corn-laws. Un-donbtedlyi daringfhe:flrsr' DraTo'rl SSIe^d not wish* prolong he conversation, but he could not help bearWbU^oW * JEWESS! 1H?5�L-S?�J*? ^>eDuh JlbregS lo r^M n,. I60""""T*, his Lordship added, he could not but consider it as most mlsehlpmnt kiJ-h.w As 1, -.^^ ,."" '" *f.n,0tt tnlschlevous; andhewas satirfed, if earned oat, would prove most detrimental to pprtition wis prohibited/ when Uie.prlce* were trnder 12i lOjrL, accoTdlng tothe then value of-^--''�'- prablbrted ttnder"o3i> 4d.r a To -� eujoyei The Marquis of LANSDOWNE contended that her Majesfy's Ministers had maturely considered the question in an iorbear-Ings before they resolved upon tbe plan which they had felt it thetf duty to submit to Parliament They might be wrong In their view of the subject, they might entertain an erroneous Impression as to the result which they anticipated from It, but he must say ibb, that in-his opinion there never Was * question atf-tsnced more upon its own merits under the clieuuMlances of tbe case than the present. (Hear.) Whenth>NobmTJrjrt:opposite seemed to assume that the proposition was brought forward only wl(h s view of' creating excitement and (iCcasloning powerful passions and feelings In the country, he mint protest agslnrt saeiijn>'Impatatlon. (Hear,hear.> Scheme upuu selieae.smd pUrasipon plan, having the same object-thai same- view ofipro-tecttoo-had been brought forward, by-other*, It be^'rleetned nlfevtea by the people and sagryjfalinas, ea&Wted, whetrhe brought forward his plan of tbB"Wn-laws. - Tbe sutjeet was discussed In Parliament, fairly and ealmty dlsotased. When Mr. Canning, not many years aJterwards, fbond it essential to propose a modiflcstion of-those law*, no" person accused him of being' actoated wtth Improper motives, or with bringing forward the subject! for psrtyr purpose*. No person accused the Noble Duke, when be :took: si third view of the subject, of being Influenced by" unworthy-' motives.- He could not allow this conversation to terminate witoonr protesting against the doctrine laid down that this was 'not the period for altering tbe laws,' nor without prolesting against tbe Insinuation that Ministers were actuated by unworthy motives in submitting a proposition which the palDfo! neeeaaity of, toe case warranted, and which, from Its nature, unhappily occasioned violence Of feeling.  (Hear.) . :'""- "� Lord ELLENBOBOUGH had no doubt that her Majesty's Government had come to the' d^termftiatioC; res pec ting this qaastion after due consideration; bnt he-thooght the Noble HsSrqui* would be enriching history U* btf would'state- to'the House the precise dsy on which the Government- bad made up ther minds to make: tbe present prrjposrUcn. of a fiied rlaty on corn.  Ibe Marquis of LANSDOWNE did not think It at affneees^ sary that he should inform tbe-NobleLord'of the precise day on which the detennfaation had been coots to'; trot he repeated that It had not been adopted without doe deliberation, -' " Lord A8HBUBTON disclaimed any Infenthm of Impnting Impropermotives; but his Noble Friend' most be aware that there was not the most distant dream of th& budget scheme coming before their Lordships' House. He; deprecatedr tho hrlnatng forward sncb a proposition, when th* only eflectlt conld have would be to throw Into confusion almost every Inte� rest, and every description ofproperty In tbecoantxy; A Noble PEEB, whose name-' we eoaldndt learn, observed tbat the Noble Marquis bsd said that theproporltion bad not been mtrodnced Into the other Honsewltrioutdae'notleri- 'It m well known that no notie* bad beta glven.'that could te'ddca any Member of either House to suppose that any alteration;in the Com-laws was to be proposed. '�'-' Tbe Marquis of LANSDOWNE said that the notice hadbeen given in tbe other House befbn Easter.'   '   '   " ? The Noble PEEK-With rrferencw to an alretatron^ln tiie Corn-laws?'  '-'r:- :       'V   "�' !'*- *f!"i^';" f Tho Marquis of LANSDOTBE-JTo\ bnl fa/refertnea to tbe alteration In the restrictive datWgtntrsBj,- o^'thB' trria and commerce of the coahtry. '- The petition was then ordered to lie' onthe table.-. '   ; Adjoorned. - '.   '   ; HOUSE OP COMMONS;- FittBAT, Mat Thw 3fe^6^N�Tlxtl{on Bill wMtettfi leeso* Hate. -. Trrt Gaa�lTiOT;mChWl�*t�ieJr^^ feytorrf IhektsttSarSnlSr �n read � third tini6jtn�|iiaeaV-: ^n^nestte'SaTtasrM^ readi'tllratfnje^Btr- G;'C^_hrtntf�:-i*'a\^^daa�;icretan-pef ^T^f^'Waxij the, railway over the Paisley and Glasgow turnpike road, try me�hl Of '�'y*�a1ifc-. "    '..'." -X disensalon: then ensued, in which Mf. Hsstle, Mr. Wallace, Mr. Hlsdler.-Mr. Alstpnl.and other membea took part..'. ' V ' OnWasvWotf'tbe nnmhew weiti-;' ' : ,,",;.;' :   For the e&nse^;,;,v...v^.;.....u�'..^..^....^.. :162j ./ Aislnst it., t�v#*JSM�s*s�>�t�ms��SaHtSSIMI���.m��. .'68. ~.' ;-'vJa|i|c�rssi.J^^^;~.^ifri112 The'ciaw'wsj torr �d4*r to;tna-Wlt.bj wi^b^rfieri'in4 '-OiYU>*iftbUbstitti^f*w read �iaar^tfnievisfl aArndxwB t was, piro�isea-�hat1t:.hjf read m second trmeth&dayslxniuntns.'^ -\ ...       -.-.-v-]j After semedttcnssbnUb^UitW '.V..' ''A r^inveisarIon;tfi>r|f enmisdra 'DocTt BUI. -:'i^tlisf�sija^t�tef^ the reiiOTt'wia poAponM.tn^t.Toinilaar^ ';,',.', "lh>^reiii Nortf^^^^W^pjB'^fi^i*: fh&d ^ne^anuWlminnyenWtBia^rJea �*eeipno''*fcne;r';'''; The; :B>hk7:*ndJDq*^^ 1pssaeoV''' ."y' '..,".':""/. 1 ^ .-.....^--"jv-....'.""-.. Bills toesta^llslrLo^fort^ wis extended ttfMo'na>y the 24th Of Japry".''.".'."jV..'    .'; TheBhym^IroaCoopany:BlH.W '^mVC^NNBEtgave DCtica thatui Connnffiiee' on.&Sogar Dories, he should nio^V resolution: fotb�'eflect that any dlmi-nniJotfbfthe'dtity on forlefta attOT.shb^ be limited to aOBar the'produce of free Ulsoof, ,ahd m no' case "be extended to lugac the^pnaM'c^snmb\s^.:.(^eni from to Ctonswatites.�. kwatiMOa. Inlfnffimpqrtsaonwa* . texwri'niore-tbaffeo^jtS.'rhe' -protection" at" present enjoyed. It was'aosurd'to 'snp'nose. tha� wttbont proteetibn to.her agrlcUtnri,' Englanct coakt ever maintain heir pre>emfnent station sjixrbg naflpnv expo^ ss tte wis ;td the crupees of war fa aJl paita of tb* world; *hh a botmdsijr' e]ae^Iohi lor Maine, ahd another m APkhairistan;' ud dependent; M she wbnlsT be, without her Oorn-ttws, upon otfaex naitiona, 'forfooiL'* . ''�'". .'� :''!--" '-��-"-.-'�: -'�'���!"  hserrtdthat,;nnd�ria�*etT^ stahees;that might exist nnder the present Uw^fbrelern'corn j might'come In at a daty of ls.a quarter.'but tie Government propMtion'wouId have the^Oeet of sayingpthitno toreh^leora should he in trod need tmoer Hs.a qoarfrr.' ';i-';;'--.';,"i,3:'*-^ i: ;MeEarIdf FALMOUTH regarded the Goronmen! "tjoWngless'^s'ssten tbwtiu%tc^iA6Btic�; - ' 'i:c After . a" few words hi %rnlamsiWi' l^-Jkii' tbat any crhe-*bor venthrerTto support tna^'iielneiil'''(#'''tjiea*' laws sboald.repeat-ttds systini^of titnper*^'ssaln^ ttw landed Interests npbn "eieiy outsslon.' (Hear, bear,) ..If tft Hotfe Bat! toohkht thai the iM^iS*^'^^.-^ .a-2--woold : prodocsr- no' efleet ^bought that-he sbonH at'1 otBer -SHa-Hpi aHStj&JtS ovni^sn^l Ire^n^ta^tTsupDose-th drMn(Mcntrnnaajn^c^-tte idu tees sltiiohted'td'cnrin'i tnalntairthdse.anniifiprs'W 1i^Jatw�^tterWw^�friu. ^Nobfe'Bstl sara^^w^t^aettte^^fh^ic^^i ttfJf|aw^^1^'eja^bt.finjtoic> _________ Esamites Be." sbohld : stnn britftrJoTmroej as salS-' i-mSi !N Spflcw&�fei^tlH!lC� " VnaninBTcfje^IoraTj^ftfl^-- u_. vJIsnehestaT,' " " ^TBfrSixTOLwsejjto^tht ___w_^ %se�:fVitfsitW^^ aJOwffc. /   ; ' --.^ ^ "1"'',".- ^-'^'hJijti to e�..cfi3Bana�Ex. f.shpnia thlnlcrjari tro^^ristc^i Ghul " ''   l^/allM- ^^i-^i;ihe ^a^a JfJ.BtJS8ELLs�id fa;n^,dnty;onf' nwbtjM to stats that,, lit Srbra eotisiaered the .people,. oc ,Qus. cotrntry do_ longer fntiilrd   

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