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   True Sun (Newspaper) - February 9, 1837, London, Middlesex                                I^OR OSTEND, BRUGES, GHENT, i \\T\\ Kit.', and RRIXfrXLTS. - Tdo Public arv ^.nt-rtmlW i;i|"nriTH'?l Uiat one of the ruKuIar and well known ;l, 5ku,,c r�rU-t�, t'NION, DAHT.1 imd KEPT TNT., *min'imU-J 1-v tht.- Vn�.r*. STRANACK.S, will U-av� ru.:"T Hctt?c"gnay EVKKY SATURDAY KViCNINO, with fto-nls 'anil 1* nsor*, fur the abo*c places. TliP*e Packt-ti ftn' w .. i\ to pri:�"!�* 'l'�*ir comfort ��ti accommodation. 1'or pn i^ltT "f I'a^apr, ai'P'y to Mcmts. \V. J. Hall and Co., fo^ni lUu rtri(\l C\\rri.�,*rt'..................   1   o M.sil...................................    ti   L� op- !; t'.trriacf ov ('nmiliti*..............   0   i', it' JtiL*'*   Hit rrai^fcrabie) way be had at the Cump.iJiv > '.''j. t oruhill - �. In.jvn.il Carriaro ............   5 per 'jiurtcr. il.nl...........................    4   ditto.. (>:i:nil.';i. t.i Opfii I'arrutrc____    3   tiVXn. , (' ih;mu\^ Ir.un- run �lail>  every quarter of mi hour, i  j ij.: i:i rlii- Martiitu till -t Vuartcr pant Kiphi ;n t hind on Sunrf*}*, afttT DiMnu Service, till TV" �n the �tiiiitg. CtK.Ki.F. WALTER, Mauipini; Director. *J O LT Til - EASTERN    BRIGHTON �^ 1.HIVES, and NJ.\VHA\ V.S RAILWAY. 1'kuiisimsal Diet< ion-,, la-.mcK'ik, Kni., London   jHoratio Ltggitt, lis.]., OaUield, V   H. Bh.aiiw, K*!.. Icklitld |   W-rtli Tfi-iu.i-. .Hake, Enq , London J. Dorricn Ma[en�, K*q., Kara R-K. rt U illij.  HUncowf, K�fj      merwood-lndgr and aUindon The Mo-Ac, Chailry The- Him. Capt. Mm,!.-, R. X. Pram:in   Scawcn   Blunt,  K^., Captain IVii'clr, R. E- < rabtotr, Worth The  Hon.   t.eneral   St. Juhu ... Borradaile, E� nr, John Sin-well. K*.i., Loudon Loudon ItVury Shirley, h�t|.. Prppini-. Colrjurl Daiics, Dain? bill, ford-park., E-i�t t.rirntcad Crinwtrat. James H.   Slater,  E*q ,   Ne Jirnrs  Charle* Morcton Dyer,!   wick park l^ij., London Edward Suart, Emi-, Tunhiiige Lieut. Col our 1 Fannhawr, R.E. f   Wt 11a Rurwiwd (odier, H*q., L�.-�cj* iRrcs 11. Thoroai. Eaq., London M \.  Mfiiii'l, fJn].. Umdnn flhc Hon. Ucii. Trerur, (Iljiide-E-,!wanl    Craliim,   K�j.f  Ttiej   bourne. Lt-wcJ Hall. Worth � Robert Trotter, E#q., Borde-hill, Rua�ell Graj, Esq-. T/'wra Uurkfurld E. Hiliwell, Eaq . Louitou .John ft. Turner, E*q , London. C(>t. Hod�*eu,TiinbridKO Wctla f With power tu add to their �umber. F.noinkct-W. A. Proii�. Esq. Cn\sri.Tisc P->f;tSEtB-W. Cubitt, Kkj.,T R-S. Bwiriis-^McffM Dorrten, Mapens, Mello, *�d (*n,, London ; Mei�r�. Hall, We�t, H�irrer, in�t Co., Rrirhttin; Mwi�. Hurly, Sfol>-r!t'u\ and Co.. Lewen ; Menin. /ohm. Lewe� and to Newhareo ; the latter beinp thj only good natural harbour tx-'tween I'ortFtnoxth and th� Down�. h alvi i pens for ltri^hton a communication by railway with DnTrr, Tunhridje, Hnd the chief towns of Kent. AI:h >uph the attainment of tttvfie wideJy extended advantages roipht justify mrar *4Cti6cc on the part of Rrightnn, no *uch luicntire wili bu required, ihe grarhenta are adapted to the first rate tpe-ed of lucnntotive conveyance; the earthwork it, tlirou^ inHit. iii materials of the be�t dencription ; and the line will mt pn'i�diri;dly aflect any crnauaenial property. The (iif'owitijr i� an eitrart from the rfporl of Wr. Prorbv the rnk-iinvr, f> the Ditvctori of this Company :- *' J he numerrnw examinations which I bare Ks been the object af the LcBislature, for the sake of protecting private property, to encourage �a much as pt>vible a junction of railway*, the promoter* of the South-Kx-u-ni-Brighton, Lewes, and Newbaren Railway, �ubmit their case with confidence to Parliament, as one to which that prin-riple ^aay be most eflectually and beneficially applied. J. S. YEATS. Secretary. UtIJces, 10, (Viieman-street. and 12, Great Ge&rge itr�et, Westmiiuter, Jan. 30, 1S37. THE LEGAL and GENERAL   LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. (' \PITAL l.fH!0,ooof. lLtup.ir.iry Dftioe, No. If. Chancery lane. TBt'iTtW. Tlie RL-ht Honourable die Earl of DEVON*. The Kt. II.�n. U.id l.jndhum     The  Rt.  Uun.  Sir  Herbert Th" lit. Hon. the Vice Chan-  [     Jenner -ell.r I   William WinfrfvM, tff AnriRv-Alexander Glen Finlau�on, Esq. Tin- Director* invite the attention of the public to the prin-ciples upon which this Society has been otahlirluHl. In its (i-nii.iti'ii advAntace has been taken of the expem nee of other loiit: i'.-:;d)lL-beil Odices, and the Society will In- foand to rotu-prlte fiery j^Mblc iH-nefit that can be offered under the laait nnpiiiiml �y�!em of Uie Vssoranre. * Two Clasie� of ln*un-r- are prtrriiled for. those who partici-pjte in tite prriiitx. and tliw who secure n slated sum without any chaijv'e l,{ lucres* v. T� tlie latter the la wot raie of iL^ur.mce i� offen-d cuimstcnt with w�.-urity ; ts the Innner f-jur-fi'i-tic of the dit isitilfr profits of the Society will in-�r-| frtn'i'*1-.! a- elated perio , and  the  personal   attendance   of ladnv* may di-p� nse-1 with. The premiums may U- paid, either in a sinple payment or y-irlv or half \e-irly, or by equal annual payments, for a li i^iiitl nundn r of jears-or by decreasing the payments s*� as to ti.iMr jk twos insuring'at an early age to continue their in*u-i t.i a remole jwriiHl of hfe *t a tnflir;g annu.il sachnoe, rrad'i   >jbi may be made and Assurance* effected on any day. No 170.-New Shun:s.]       LOXDON, THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 9, 1837.        Price 4d. ONLY! FOUEWX 1st hi, HU J-..\ ft. -1'ai.h Frfncii Fi'Nri?.-Cfiurj Authentiquc.-- Fite ptr Cf nts., \Wl. -J0n. l;,c Hi.-.; ]�' lOlf. ; Tlir.:e pf r CcoH., 7'Jf. 10c. �lf. I, U f. 30c.; money, 2$f. 127ic; three inunlhs 2jf.        ; muney, "Aif. 10c. 15oiR�t, Fin. 7, IIalt-i-ast FuIK, i.m. Last 1'rices.-Five per Cent?., loiit. ^.'.r.; Thrre per Cents., 7'Jf. 35-.; lUnk Acli.ms. 2,1'jof. ; Henle d.-Naplen, 'JSI. 4Dc.; liuniHas, 10^i; llrussels l!;ink, l,3i7f. 50c.; Portuguese Three per C.nis.. 31j; �.p�. ntsh Actires, 'J5J ; PrtSsives, *i; llili'e:.;;, si; New Dilfen's, 11 ; Uuttli Tun und a Half per Cuts., 511 i Melgion Society, l.iiSf. 7.">r. avdiu:ss      1. asore ofiueiii:.^ inn, of oiFi rin^ jou my deepfelt acknow-led^m* nls t~>r voir kindne-r, anil o( resuminK wilh renewed /ral i:j> doti.s in jour service. The course of ev. nts hape, hoiv. v t. denied no this pleasure, and 1 fir- ii I hue nn oilier oil. rn.mve than of IhrovvinR mjself on yioir indulg'iu'� fur a furtbt r leave; hoping tint the san'ie inoliv. s uhir'i originally obtained from me your sae.rtion fur 'ml.arkin^ in this ca"!e may now also incline you not to require my withdrawal at a moment when it- iinol Iriiitnp'a is within view, A poiip neniei.t of ariive operations had been anticipated during tlie- worst part of t!o w inter ^?KSon. Hut lb- lroo>s w Uich had In en detached from the -Vriny of the .V rib are uuvt more rapidly ri-t'irninj: than was ex-pectiol. Tlie maraiidinc .-xpeilitions of Gomez and others, 'indertakeu u .th t:i'- view of eitenrlin^ tdi; injur-rectier., hive had a ronirary eli'ect, ilemcnstrntitKr, at tlo same time, that bejend the flatnesses the rebels atil! occupy they ran hepe for no refuse or support in any other part id the kingdom. The >i^nal overthrow lhe\ have rerently sustained lo fore I'.llboa-I'.ir j'.t-ndeil reipforcem. nl of the corps li'eler my comi omd, \v:lh an improvenient in i;* ni-'ans of action -are aiuunesl the eireurnslances which deierinine ihe following up of little delay as the concentration of respective points mil  admit; and SURREY SESSIONS, FtD. 8. of trulh. 1 beg of these frieDils to f�el perfectly at ease on this punt, as I assure them they shall find me prepared to meet to their satisfaction all commentators, whether with good or evil intent. I have n ail with much pleasure the speechtsdelivered at the splendid i nlerlainuient just Riven to thnJdembers for Miudlesex. The noble and disinierestedUiuaisteacy _______ of tin- one, and the indefatifrttule, unparalleled utility of I South'war Ic Court'of Uequeats. the efforts of the other, render them worthy of any     -      ..... possible mark of the public es'.eem. I was ruach prati-lied also by the ardent wishes expressed by the inDu-riilial speakers on that occasion that all Reformers, of �� ery shade, waiving all minor differences, should cor- [Before Mr. Hedges and a Bench of Magistrates.] OCTAIXINO   MuSEV  ONDEB   FAUE   1'BETESCrS. - ,Ste- , phfn Jtradly, a well-dressed man, was tried upon two ! indictments, charging bim with obtaining money under j false pretences, by representing himself an officer of the From the evidence it appeared that the prisoner called upon a Mr, Atkins on the lGth ult., and said that he was a collector of debts for tradesmen, and inquired if his assistance in that capacity was wanted, adding, that he did a good deal of business io that liae,*nd. that he was an officer of the Court of Requests. The prosecutor having several outstanding debts agreed to employ the prisoner, and gave him a sum of money amounting to 15s. 6d., with   a  portion  of dially assist during tho ensuing session in supporting Kenerallythe present Reform Ministry. Hut 1 must hasten to a conclusion. I have frequently, ooih in and out of Parliament, exuressed to vou inv itrco^ h7^Tun^;n^faTe,Dount a summons �. J 1V-a,^er,n,!n, i, ,r pm"e'y iV calcol?1,!d P,umule against the debtor at the Court of Requests. The pri-,.^'Uovernment in the Peninsula, M well as.of creating | s^ howereri in,,ad of performing his engagement non Detween tneae j conrerte(j ,he rooney t0 uj3 own use, and upon subse-jeiuj, ine oasis ot a j gnt inr,,iry it was ascertained that he was not an desirable couuter-, ,nicer 0f the court of which he represented himself.'On a lasting bund of friendship and union between these countries and KngUud, but also as being the basis of a ague capable of affording a most po.se to the despotic alliance of the North. ,   subsequent occas.on the prisoner called upon another Inn word, I am unaware of the era in the affairsi of i tradesman named King, and having made a'similar re-i.ur country in which the fore.gi, policy of hog and has pres(.DtH,i(>n ,, hia   aK,',0 slicceeded io obtaining a soru licensed one and hi3 ct-bamiaid'looked anything but " sparkling." After a few minutes' deliberation, a verdict was given for the plaintiff tor the lull amount tlain.cd. POLICE INTELLIGENCE. GUILDHALL. Embezzles!snt.-Yesterday Bartholomew KaU, Ihe chief clerk at the Argus Life Assurance Office, ww finally examined,charged with having embezzled various amounts remitted by the company's private agent. Mr. Bodkin, the barrister; Mr. Fisher, the company's solicitor; and-Mr. Huaiphreys, attended to conduct the prosecution. Mr. ilobler appeared on behalf of the accused. Mr. Bodkin slated the nature of the charge. Ha opened the charges against the prisoner at great length, and evidence adduced was sufficient, in the opinion of the presiding Alderman, air Peter Laurie, to warrant him in sending the rase to a jury. The prisoner applied, through bis legal adviser, Mr. Hobler, tube remanded to the Compter; but Sir P. Laurie refused compliance, observing that he had made oath before the House of Lords that Newgate was as salubrious as Grosvenor-square. say they, "the statement that a j operations with as secret treaty exists between France and Kugland to make ] tiJn tru >p� nt lbeir common cause, should either go to war with Kus�i-, | which also oblige me thus un�e mure to trespass on'your which was concluded after the revolution of l-*30, even : conrideration. did we believe that such n treaty existed, ne can see no ; In ,!,ing so', however, it will be but just to remark reason for supposing that France would commit herself j t|ml   n ,,t f,r ease or pliasure tint 1 se-k Ibis favour. in any war nhatever. Fngland'Tnay quarrel with litis sia if she will, but, in doing so, let hrr reckon (tilh upon the absolute neutrality of France, for no p nitive aid or co-operation must she expect from her." The tille of the leading article of the Courtier /�ViinriiM of Tuesday speaks volumes on this subject:-" I he government fears to ally itself with revolutionary CnKljnd.'' There is no farther news from Mjdrnl or the Spanish frontier. The lalert intelligence of the Carli^s and lbeir prospects is very gloomy. chamber or Drrt'Tirs, rm. 7. It was wilb difficulty that, at three o'elorlc cient number of deputies coulu be cot to-;ettn body of the house to proceed to bu-iness. M. Hondousquie read a proposition f.,r nn allowanre to amputated soldiers members of  the Honour. It is tree there may not be direct precedents toextenuate my absence, but 1 can at least cite parallel instances. Generals F.sparteru and San Miguel are members of the pre-en'. Carter, as was Ceueru! Mina of the present and preceding. Miey, however, bad the same permission ^raiited them b> tin ir constituents, wliica you have so i;i nerous'.y yirlj.d to me. Kill the task which members of the Spanish legislature have l  assist in yields to none, and cannot be -urpir-sed in importance, being no It>s tlian that of laying the ac'ual foundation of the liberties of their ciuotry.   I may alsj be permitted to a su.li- \ observe, that our occupation here is far from bein>: in the | foreign to ui) duties as )our representative.   It is but | th- assertion in tl.e field of the great maxims and . pri'icipl--.-. applicable to the wall being of all nations-the L'gion   of I ,ame in tbeir most comprehensive seuse, of which you, ! the paramount British constituency, have ever he*v., During the discussion on the powers of the municipal ! ami are bound ti lie Ike chief supporters, to which councils several amendments were reject- d. j j,,i |.,,Ve so olien required me ti declare mv ndhercuce Io the early part of the day the fifth bureau trrrninatcd j I devotion, and for which you have a right to expect its txsminstion of the buditet for 1S3i. and appointed 1 nn undeviaiing advocacy and undauuted a>sistame four commissioners, viz., MM. Odier, Passy, Felix Heal, ! ei'erynbere. N..- is ihe force of these considerations and Murel de Bore. i limited to generaliio s, as, at a more fitting '.ii:;e, I shall moot urgrnilk to demand attentioni are those of Ireland . and :f tin: Ministry continue to give satisfaction to the giKrdi.101 nf the popular interests ol lhat great portion of the State in regard to their measures and intentions of amelioration iu her institutions, then the prospect of promoting the attainment of even this great practical good would induce me to hope that ihe ranks of Rt-formers may still remain Grnr and united. With the expression of this wish, I have the honour to remain. Gentlemen, Your truly grateful and faithful servant, St. Sebastian, Jan. 30, 1837. 1). L. EVANS. MEETING AT RADNOR. The house was sillinc; when our reporter left. I3LATE   FOR   HIRE.- A   LARUE j \SSOKTMKNT OF PLATK Is kept cxclusttely fur LKNDING; anv portion of which may be nad for the use or l'ar.h 5. Dinners, �Vc , at a Tcry moderate charjr. from T. COX .VWOlii 'S, Working (voldiniilb. SUteramiih, and Watchmaker, 4r,CnmhilI, London. >.H.-A Pamphlet maybe had gratis), containing a Lilt of tho 1'rites and Drawings of Plate, Plated Goods, Watches, Ciocts, ic. | XTALLIBLK   HAIR   DYE.-With M out iujurlDi; the Hiir, or Miliog the 5kin--The only anirle tlmt bu stnoj the te�t of experience is AG1D HAS-StNS tlRC'VSSIAN HAIR DYK. which will ins few le'iir> chance light red, or pray hair to *a rich auburn or jet M.icL.or any aliade berween, with a fine cl�**T appssnoce, � ahout iniunnir the ruots. It wilt also be found lnraiu�ble to i a*4lry olhc�m and genttemvn of the lurf in remorinc " white �'.i/i lmg�."- Sold by the sole agents, W. Day �nd Co., at their Ir.ili.io U'archiane, 05, Cnicechurcb-street: llannay and Co., ftj. Oxford st:-eet; Prout, StraLd: in battles, at 10i.,and I5�. eich, �i itli a fac simile of the aigoature r.f Agid Haaaao; at�fi that of W. Day and Co.  All othvra are counterfeit. THK POOR  LAW COMMISSIONERS AND CORONER'S INQUESTS. On the 21th of last month. Young,one of lbs constables of Lambeth, appointed by the church wardens to summon juries and witnesses on coroBers' inquests, in consequence of Mr. Maymsth, an auditor of the parish, bavirg objected to pass his account of ihe expenses in-cutrtd by him, memorialised the Poor Law Commis-siccers, stating that some remuneration ought to bellowed, �s it was impossible to perform that duty without being subject to expenses, since it generally occu pied him two days, he having to go to Kingston, where Sir. Cflrltur, the coroner for Surrey, resides, to give bim information, while he bad to go to various parts of Ihe metropolis, calling upon Ihe uiluesses tu attend. He laid the case for the consideration of the commissioners on behalf of himself and the other constables of the parish. The following is a copy �f the answer rccsived yes tetday by Mr. Young from Mr. K. Cbadwick. "The Poor Law Commissioners' Office,Somerset House, 8th Feb., 1B37. Sib,- The I'oor Law Commissioners for England as i \\ �:,s have Io acknowledge the receipt of your let-tiroflbeWlh, and io reply thereto desire to stale that toe- auditor sppeats to have been perfectly justified io rrfoiicgto alien- the charge uf 7s.0d.for your attendance at the inqueit held before the coroner, and for summoning a jurv, these being duties which are incidental to jour office as constable, and which you art therefore required tu perform gratuitously. " The only case in which you are entitled to be remu neraltd at the expmseof thepoorrates is where you have expended sums on account of the parish, in which th- ISlb of Geo. HI., c. 19, sec. 4, authorises parish ofliccrs to reimburse you the s�ms you expended, after )uur account has been presented to Ibe vestry aid sanction, d bv them. " Hut Ibe holding of an inquest, not being a paro-rioal mat er, the expenses connected with it cannot be d (rated out of the poor rales, and the Poor Law Coni-missium rs arc nut in any case autho ised to dispense with the law, or permit the application of that fuad to pur-I"i"e� width the law has not distinctly authorised. Ne-�ert;.clrss, "here it might be necessary to give notice l" die coroner, and jou, as ab constable, incur any ex-pci.scs in so doing, you will be entitled to charge them i'i your account, under the order of the Act above-l.teutlonrd. " liv order of the Board, (Signed)        " E. CHADHICK, Secretary. ' To Mr. Robert Young, constable, i'*, i.ambeih-walk, Lambeth." 1'iTEKAnY Noveltiks.-A new work is an-B'lur.c.-d fr im the di�lingui.hf d author of " Tremaine," en:,.lr,i - Human Life," which will, wc are sure, command r.u mteresl scarcely to be looked fur from any "�"/pen.   Mr. Campbell's " fitters from the South'' a e likewise to appear in a few days.   1 his production j" iat " Hard i-f Hopu" must cxcile great aiUntinn at ti.e pr.seut moment. The authoress of ' Flirtation" '�!) i harlotte Bury) has alsoa new work of liction on ibe ne o! appearance.   It is called " The Divorced." Among the new publications of the past week we may no mi m in terms ofcunimendationMr.SulivanVdelighlful I .liiuus of Fancy," and Csptain Scott's " Egypt and v.�i.uia.   H most imiWlaut and interesting work, from tit n.si^bt it allords of the laws, cu.tums, industrv P��er, and intelligence of the Inhabitants of Ihe coun-trie, traversed by the gallant author.   His highly valu-�te luegestiuos relative to the island of Candia are now -cuuj 1Bg ibe serious attention of the British Cubinet. SPAIN. Casibo, Feb. 3.-I have been all the morning rambling along the mountain frontier in this direction, my object being to renew acquaintance with some of my" fn.-'ruls the contrabandists, and at the same tune judge of the new JoKirne arrangements made since the first of February. For the very best of all reasons these arrangements are likely, for the moment, to pn ve eif-ctu.il; Ibe con!riband trade is, for the lime, completely suspended in consequence of the insolvency of the Carlijits. On this fact you may rely ; within the Inst ten days not '.tic pound of muaiiion de guerre has been smuggled across the frontier, the sole cau?e of the su�peosion being the inability of the Pretender's agents lo meet the ready-moaey payment invariably required by, and up to Ibe present moment as invariable needed to, the contrabandists. The Carlists were, I undersiaud, never so much io want of these people's as-istaoce a, at the present hour, but the " custom of their trade" preventing credit, they are lying about the bills quite idle. There ant, indeed, exceptions to this >tate of things, nor should I omit to mention them. Y. ii are aware that the French oovernini-nt havi-jos'. increased their tfouaaf establishment on this 'rouiier. Sio.-uhrli enough, wilb very few exceptions, the add.d holy has been raised from out of those \try coiitratnridisis whom they say they want to put dow n. *'Set a t'uief to calcb a thief is a maxim the French have, in the person of M. Vidocq, ooce already bad recourse to. and with success; but I much daubt if it will be so with the contrabandists, and for the simple reason that they are far too honest men for lbeir new calling. I' - tins however, as it may, those who still fortune io follow up lbeir honourable calling laugh heart,!\ at the fu -s which government has kicked up. In the course of the day 1 conversed with some of tti.-m, and lii--) al! sail as much as lhat the moment Don Carlos bis more ) their trade will goon just a* prosperously arol uninterruptedly as if some 3n0 er lo.i of thetranmber bad not been made douuaiers. For my part 1 do not doubt u ; my only doubt is lhat they w ill so  r , " that in this state of affairs v,.uvyi,l pisipont-vour inteu 1. d return to England. Your con..tiiu  truly pr-di-vd uoiiM divid-- Eur >; e. It is here, iu fad, obviously t '.at th? lasl slru^hle for absolutism and pre stcraft in Wcst'TU Europ- is aclu illy carry i:;g on ; -rid {]{ the \l:.,ist.-rs of England had nit interfered as tiiey iia.e do:;--, and a:e ii loaipbaUly doing, they would lone betrayed tile b- si inter. >fs of lb--ir country, those of th'-ir allies, the boaour of tb'-ir Saver ign, and the cause of lihrrly ! And far myself on this painl 1 shall ink say, that 1 sin 11 . \ er fr. I proud I bat you have p. r-mitted *uie to share, hoyvey.-r humbly,in the attainment of sin b Us-ful and noble ends. A. lo th" state of uffii.-s generally, I sbillonly ob- with respect to the head af Ibe government, the ti l-eii Recent, that In r excellent s. nse and gooduess coT,'inue to prt a rve to her, in all y ici-situdes, the at-lacbmt nt of her people; thus forming an element of strength. And with regard to Iit Ministers, I should .ay that their meatiest moderation, steadiness, and jud^rd-nt in surmounting extraordinary difficulties have thus fir. al leasl, won for ib-ui a meed of praise from all canal iTate and c.iudid minds, full of encouragement to lbeir friends and of hitler dis ippolntiueul lo tlie cue mies ofiheir cause. As to any detailed disquisition on this bead, jou wil oot, situated as I a u, expect it from me ; for I fi-i 1 thai bejond the sssis umc we are warranted hj our own sovereign, and by the couli leuce of tbe .Spanish nati m in giving t> Ibe constitutional throne of the Queen, it is my boitnden duty  not t.i interfere in the  remotest degr.ewiti the internal transactions in progress.   It will be suliieielit, g. uerallv, lo add th it tl.e parlies o the one siffe are all III'-middle, liie coruinerei-*], und lb inielligent classes, bulb of town and country, without exception;   the whole of the proprietors, even of th insurrectionary districts, and, to their honour we must add, even the u jbles ; for Ihere ..re only two among lb�> abo'e ii .bihli of Spain  who have joine 1 ih'- revolt. On the other side Ihere are a few personal followers of tae bigotted Prince, the monkish orders for obvious reasons,  a pari of Ibe regular clergy, atd the very poorest and most easily misled portion of the peasantry. To ibis we must add the secret and naw fast diminishing aid before touched upon from abroad ; the opinion carefully propai:a ed amongst the ignorant that the government of France is favourable to Don Carlos; and, above all, the advenlilloas support of th Basques, who are becoming weary ol the war, but whose support is now enforced by tbe most rigorous punishments. But a few days since Ihe father and mother of i deserter from their ranks were shot near Vi!lafrania This is their frightful sjstern lo intimidate the doubtful or wavering. Frntn the above, however, you will parceira that the preponderance in favour of reform must be irre sistible. There is now a painful topic to which I must advert. The .Durango d.ciee remains in full force, a. may indeed, be well supposed, since tho Bishop of l- a J and Moreno, the assassin of Boyd and Tornjos I are the Pretender's very appropriate chief civil 'and military advisers. Cnder the operation of 1 that dectee live of our r-o.-n have been recently put ti CANADA. [From the Montreal Aln'.ract.\ THE CURRENCY.- COTY of A   DFJPATf'll   r��)l THE c '!.'i-N1AL SECRETARY. Duwning street, Aug. 31, I-.3I). Sir,-The particular attention of bis Majesty's got ern-meni bas been called lo m. asures adopted bt various Colonial Legislatures, for revising and allcrin/the rates I death ! -two near Bilbao, three near Yitluria. Though al which different coins should pass curreut, and be a j opposed lo a singularlj crafty enemy in the midst of legal tender, with reference to local moueys of account, their ow n deliles, we bate never lost by capture or sur These regulations hate obviously considerable iniltiencr ' prise the smallest detachment. But individual soldiers upon the transactions of ifiase departments which are ' of the legion have lit various intervals misled their nay, concerned ia the eollet'lion of duties imposed by Ac In of or straggled from our caiiloniu-nts or lines of march. In A numerous meeting of Freeholders of Ihe county of Radnor, was recently convened by Ibe High Sheriff, pursuant to a requisition, signed by several of tho principal freeholders of the county, lo consider of certain dealings with the Crown Lands in thai county. The Right Hon. Sir Harford Jones Brydges addressed the meeting as follows :-Mr. Sheriff and brother freeholders, as my name happens to stand first on the reqoisition, which has been just read, I trust you will neither be siirnris-d, nor very ready to accuse me of presumption, if I ns" thus early to present myself to yoor notice, and to promise that 1 will not trouble you more at length '.Inn the business of the day shall require. I shall not go into, nor is it necessary I should go inlo the his lory of tlie Oown maaors, and other lands which have been disposed of in thUcoonty; it is suliiciect for our present purpose if I tell you, 1 believe that those mid other hereditary property* of the Crown/ were, some jearsago, for a valuable consideration, (remember these words are our title deedj of complaint,) given up by ibe Crown to the public ; and, afterwards, for th� beue-lit of the public, to the management, in trust for the people, uf a Board called the Board of Woods and Fo-rests, and that that board was, by a subsequent Act of Parliament, < inpotvered to dispose of certain parts of ibis property for the benefit of ihe public, meaniug the people, at [be best price that could t e obtained for the lame. Neither shall I go inlo all the episodes of trials, meetings, speeches, letters, attempted slander on myself, (which I heartily despise,) thai have at various times taken place since the disposal of the ntanurs and lauds above-mentioned, but confine m)self to puttisg before you a simple question; namely, when property, in which the public, i.e. the people, are interested, is disposed of, have the representatives of the people in parliament a rich!, or have they not, to inquire into the manner and Ibe modein which, and tbe amount for which, such property was sold P especially when there are said to be grounds to suspect that partiality, favouritism, 1 recrecy, wtre great features in Ihe sate. Is there any nan in ibis hall bold enough lo cone forward and auswer this questinn with a broad NO I If any man utters such a word, let him consider what the adoption of such doctrine leads to-its consequences would be must awful, for one of them would be that tbe Buard of Woods and Forests-a Hoard appointed by tbe Crown, aud paid by the people, is above tl.e superintendence, beyond the control of the representatives of the people ia parliament. Is this a lime for such doc* rine lo be preached I Ii this the hour in which it will .e listened to I Will a Reformed House of Commons r j>.c> lionable after tbey shall be promulgated and carried into fleet.   With this view, 1 have to desire that you will every instance they bate been shot on the following day by Ihe peremptory onl- r of Don Carlos. The niim bers who have thus met ibeir fate now amount allogetbi r lo above fifty. We have, or we fcave not, entered the Oueeu's army by a lawful authority ; if the King's order in council were such, and there cannot be a doubt that it was, then have we forfeited none of the claims of British subjectslo Ibe cere and protection of our govern not permit any act, or ordinance, or proclamation, or I meut and Legislature. But il is under no such narrow regulation to come into operation io tlie colony under i technical, or legal grounds that i would chiefly consider your government, relating to the local currency and this subject; it is the outrage on the humane usagvs of circulating medium, or to Ibe rates at which coins shall war among civilised nations, and the flagrant insult la the pass current or be a legal lender, or to the circulation of British national power,even jet more than the pers' u .1 promissory notes or other papers, either lit the i,ral government, or by any corporate bodies or individuals, without having first received bis Majesty's s'uictitm, conveyed lo you by the Secretary uf Stat-. 1 have, etc. glenelg. CORONERS1 INU VESTS. rueltt inflicted on the \icliui3, which appears lo me most remarkable in these repetitions of atrocity.   We nave abstained from all reprisals; I have also abstained from pressing the matter .ai Ibe attention of the Spanish ^ government, lest it might be the meaus of pr .tokitig, in 'their  indignant sjmpilbv, our  g io.l-l.eart'd  brother j soldiers of the Spanish army to retaliate iu our behalf. _^ j   This, i believe, is the first instance of nuy audi cou- * . i duct being resorted to  against tbe subjicls of a great Yesterday afternoon an inquest was held al the King s power engaged in military service und. r the full sanction Anus Tavern, Abbey street, llelhnal-green-read. ou v lew  uf their guvrrnun nl. of tbe body of Hannah Waterloo, aged 21. Fr im the | llumauily seems to me to demand that a total im-evidence it appeared that Ihe deceased b id been separ- ' punity should not warrant a recurrence to smb conduct aled from ber husband, who was a dissolute, drunken m future. It was my imcnti >n to bring it btfore Parlu-character, and bad fr. quently kepi bis wife aid her meut, aud to lute moved either a resolution ol" Ibe infant without food for several days logeth. r - that al j bouse, or an humble address to bis Majesty. declaring the time of her committing suicide she was agaiu li-m.: n such terms and form as may be applicable the lu-wilbktm, hut that his ill-tremmvoi so preyed oD h.-r fame Don Carlos (ibe pcrsou responsible for these spirits that sh� was induced to destroy herself hy sua- ads) as beyond Ibe pale of civilization. Such was p  louder than iver lean; so wid lhat I run'd right out iv the room to raise the house. Commissioner-What! and left the two men with tie sleeping beauty 7 Plaintiff-No, me lord; they followed me down stairs; and I ran into the bed-room of an ould lady, that lodged underneath. I didn't raise the huuse, bckase I thought me master would abuse ineself for doing the likes.-(Laughter.) Commissioner-Well, what followed? Plaiotiff- Why, prUenlly, me lord, the young lady raised a horrid screech, and ivery body in the house wint to see what was the matther. Master run'd, mistress run'd, Ibe very pot boy got up in his slape, and came wid both eyes shut to see what was de matiher-(Laughter)-and so, me lord, tbe upshot was that Ihey tould me to go about me business in (he mora'wg. Here a voice in the body of tbe Court exclaimed, io a shrill Xantippe tone of voice, " and serve you right too, you good-for-nothing huzzy !" Tbe individual was ordered to stand forward. She _jvas a little wee bit ferret-eyed damsel, answering to the description of Burns' " wife as Willie had," and moreover of a " certain age." Mr. Commissioner Dubois-Who are you. Madam? Witness-I ham the biojured young laly.-(Laughter.) It is all true as the gal states. These men did intrude upon my chamber; but she took a bribe from them to obtain admission, bfit I soon raised the house.- (Laughter.) Commissioner-Did the men say sny thing to you I- Yes, Sir; they offered to murder me.-(Tbe court was convulsed with laughter.) Commissioner-Very kind of them, truly ,bo3e who are the followers of holy men, who were ordered lo take neither scrijt, nor garment, nor money." He admits tbe want of churches, but sees no reason why such a splendid edifice as St. Paul's should stand almost empty; and if the funds of the cathedral are not sutlicient to carry the alteration into effect, he asserts that tbe citizens of Londun would come forward to raise to its proper slate und utility " the first of our cathedrals;" and he makes some sharp, but, we fear, just remarks, upon tbe pitiful economy and bad taste of soma persois here in authority aud their uoder-sgents,- Herald. APPREHENSION OF A GANG OF FEMALE COINERS. Intormation having been received by the police that a notorious gang of coiners were in tbe habit of assembling a! a bouse iu Charles street, Drury-lane, to carry on their nefarious practices, on Monday evening last, abaat five o'clock. Hall aud Duke, officers of Halton-garden Po-ice-c.liee, Reynolds, a constable of CTer&eowell, Serjeant Ashlon. of the G division, and other officers, proceeded to the house wellttrnied, incase of any resistance being made, forthe purpose of making a capture. Oa their arrival tboy found the doors closed and fastened, when they arranged Ihemselves in front and back of the premises, so as to prevent any escape, as from tbe information tbey received, they had no doubt there were a strong patty of men and women in the house. Hall and Duke burs', open the street door, and hastened into the various rooms ; and, on proceeding op stairs, in the first floor they discovered six women busily engaged ia coining. One was sitting by the lire, melting metal in a spoon, with a mould in her hand, for tbe purpose of making counterfeit shillings. Duke immediately seized on her, aud attempted lo get possession of tbe mould, which she hroke to pieces, and, a signal being given, the whole of the officers entered the place, when the utmost confusion ensued. Tbe jrisoaers were taken ioto custody, and on searching the place moulds,plaiater of Paris, pewter spoons, Queen's metal, and melting pots. &c.,all applicable to the purposes of manufacturing counterfeit coin, were found. The ueignbusrhood during tbe time was in a state of alarm aod confusion, and the prisoners being handcuffed were conducted along ihe streets by (he officers, uotil they placed tbem in a hackney-coach, and took them to Halton-garden police-office, and arraigned them before Mr. Laing at the bar, when the tinkers produced the various moulds, etc., and a >;iiar.tity nf base coin, all newly manufactured, and hearing an exact resemblance to the current coin of the realm. The officers identified the whole of the prisoners as notorious smashers, and represented that ihey were connected with a most notorious gang of coiners, who had for some time past carried on- their business in the above house, where base money could be purchased and circulated to a very great extent with impunity, until private information was given to the officers, who are in pursuit of others connected with the gang. The prisoners were not calleiNipon for their defence in tbe present stage of the proceedings, but the magistrate gave orders (hat information should be forwarded 13 the Solicitor of the Mint, and the whole of the prisoners were remanded to a future day. They were alt young women, but perfect adepts in the art. Really this as to the desire of Ihe citizens to have their local govern .   ^...u,^.^. men laken from them, and vested in the hands of per- appears to be such a frivolous defence set up against the sons unknown to the rate-payers, and unacquainted I girl's claim that I am sure the jury will agree with me with the Jiabils and wants of the poor of the city of | in_a_verdict in her favour. Lyndon Horticultural Socibty.-Tbe ordinary meeting was held yesterday afternoon ; Dr. Henderson, V.P., in the chair. Dr. Lin Hey read an extract from the meteorological observations made at the gardens of the society during the past year. Metropolitan Sociktyt of Florists and Amateoes.-The anniversary meeting was held yesterday,at the Oown and Ancboi Tavern; the Rev. If. Sfainforlb in tbe chair. Tbe report of the committee was read; it stated that, notwithstanding the liberal j prizns given last year, and the spirited manner in which tbe exhibitions were conducted, the society was alto-and further announced that the MaTMCorganemad"Uhe'r best ou.h curtsey, and the | fi?/rsb^^VnUVitton wen nduad.   

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