Weekly News London Middlesex, June 28, 1856

Weekly News London Middlesex

June 28, 1856

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Weekly News (Newspaper) - June 28, 1856, London, Middlesex ONE THENtf IS AND ONE T fr i ltfG GIVE US GIVETIS BSE COUNTERFEIT OF AND WE SECOND LAST lB5ff j PRICE THE WEEKLY The of Out Paper kite the tatafaction lor tie tiful POBTBJJT of FLOMKCE NIGHTINGALE were rAfy Aom been ijr wounded toldieri and familiar with that angelic pretence in the Military and without pronounct tkit Engraving to lie an exquiMe and Coldttrtam of and of the have to a ttatement of their opinion i are expretted in every form ofadmi tike indeed 55th euiUIUutt in Sergeant Scotch Fusi to much Kke jAitm the authentic Kkenea of HISS FLORENCE TTIOHTIHGALE THE HEBOISB OF pain and anguish wring the A ministering angel Sow beautifully it Engraved on eon judge from the The of THE WEEKLY NEWS tpectfuUy announce that all commencing take the at any Number until further Thirteen will be entitled to the beautiful POB Portia preferring the Stamped with the direct from the can have the tame by re mitting a Pottoffice Order for payable to at the which all for Packing and Soaking the THE WEEKLY the bett and cheapett Family it publithed every at Price Two Two SHILLTKOB anrf TWOPENCE per Order immediately of your own LAW Short legal of a plain ana fiatpU charac will be antiaered in tuch a manner tahile the applicant it all teill beinttruckd but of or invoking difficult or when the corrapondentt detire tail receive private NOTICE TO Country taho have completed their of are to tend their to the agent from tahom tkty have procured the who can tend them to the London and receive the Plate oy the umal periodical Subtcritert who prefer having the Engraving carefully packed on a roller mutt endote 6i to cover the ami ttafe tf what agent fikejr in order that V may inclote the Plate to themfreefrvm any other Toirn can have the Plate by presenting the ttampt at the To procure the tacond tuotcribert can com mence at number from 21 to THE fbHowins Splendid be built expressly for the UTDIA will be despatched punctually from IBAVESEJTD at the undermentioned dates ame To Monarch 1400 Wflttbire Agamemnon Since of ACowntt Pope 1 ARincourt Windsor Coast Owen Ternon 5 For Plans and Terms of Passage apply to GEJSD IAT and Co 63 or Channg crossTor to GREEX A eTComhilL TAMES THOMSON and LON J DON LINE of PACKET from London to Cape of Good West The following superior Brstclass SHIPS will be despatched as I presenting to Shippers and Passengers most eicony eyance Captain August VICTOE i ma Captain Cape of Good London July Captain Bast India Ais 404 Captain June A Captain July SXM Cape and East India LADT Captain London June 55S Captain London June LADT 377 Captain West India June For ratM at freight and further apply to JAMES THOMSON anfl TYEPOSIT Leiceater Established Deposits in sums of less than HI are which may be added to from rtime to and bear interest at or more years are allowed et per 1 tUBE LONDON and WESTMIN8TEE BANK JL fames CIRCULAR BOTES payable at place in Theje Notesare issiiied and they arc cashed free ofcom TheBank ftee of Letterspf mil The Sttcrs of Credit are iasued Head Loth The Circular Notes may be obtained at the Head in or at any of the Westminster J Blomotbnry Hi W Bje rate of Interest auowed on deposiUof and up any of is nor 4 per Gennrai WOKINO by The Company act also as fnliiHIng private tta vhom will Station V A KINGDOM AND GENERAL X For the Mutual Assurance of Accumulated Annual This nourishing after making an a from for the purpose ofmi has declared a an Ufo Polteies will according to from M to 78 per on the The foTloirini Table will shew the extent to which the Bonus will the amount assured ages In 80 to 80 1000 4040 1000 18 S 10 2 IB 2 SO 16 0 43 10 0 271 M4 481 188 10 0 IBFHPfl 2120 0 284 8 0 6068 5346 48O4 In tnWDOlee issued 1886 The Actuarys of wOl be LIFE ASSURANCE O Established in This Company embraces all the substantial improvements in the System of Life and undertakes every de scription of risk contingent on human Policies are issued free of Stamp Seventyfive per or threefourths of the divided every five years amongst all the assurers on the participating Division of Profits in The following are Specimens of Bonuses declared at the last Division of Profits in of jremiums Age when Assured 45 43 M 37 Annual Pre 74 67 11 56 11 0 0 8 8 S 14 10 5 Sum Assured 2000 2000 2000 1000 500 158 15 8 ISO 7 11 91 0 8 28 15 10 7 12 4 Amount now 215S 15 8 21SO 7 11 6 8 1028 15 10 507 li 4 Claims on Policies paid thirty days after Loans are granted from and upwards on real or per sonal security in connection with Life Agents wanted in places where the Company is not already Prospectus Forms of and every may be obtained gratis of the by or per sonal application at the Chief or to any of the Societys Agents in the Bv order of the Actuary and CITY OF GLASGOW LIFE ASSURANCE and REVERSIONARY Established in Constituted by Act of KING WILLIAk VINCENT ANDREW Bight The Earl of tOSDOS BOAKD OF Sir John Rivett John Sussex Hyde Charles Upper Thames Royal Military Jeffreys tper filliam Godfrey Lombard Frederick MEDICAL James and and Brown Sailers ONE OF THE DISTINCTIVE FEATURES OF THIS COMPANY is an Annual Declaration of Bonus by which Policyholders participate in the Profits immediately from the commencement or their The for ho last Nine have been at the rate of One and a Half per per Annum on the Sums ItLUSTEATION OF HATES the following amounts payable at death Age Age Age Age C4U17 1 7 M 8 Without Profits 607 11 11 465 2 4 S49 17 1 251 0 11 The Bonus Additions AnnuaUy to the above amounts according to the rate at present divided would be Age Age SO Age 22 13 4 10 Forms of Tables of and every facility or effecting Assurances will be given on application at the Xnnpanys Offices as Secretary to the London BRITISH NATION LIFE ASSURANCE Cranbourn jeicester CAPITAL GEOIIOE Moretou Kentish JAMBS Abbey John s fomr Johns Bcgcnfs GBOEOE Jomr Upper Belgrave JOHH Darby R Addington lICHASD Winchester Place BTAlfBIKO 1 F Lowndes Belgrave BOLICITOBa TBTSPEB and John Bedford The Commercial Bank of KAHAOEB AND EDWABD The leading and distinctive features of this Association are A SDSfejfTATION provided by this associa to secure to survivors the beneficial interest of the by preventing their policies through tem porary embansmncuts or other excellence of his originating and peculiar this can scarcely be surpassed for its practical and advan age and the thousands from an apprehension of heir inability to continue the payment of are now deterred from embracing life will at once erceive that this provision entirely removes this great im wdiment to its THIS Association affords to for the first an opportunity of specially and temporarily assuring themselves during the period without msdical examina ion and should the mother be the child or children she leaves behind will be provided in addition to the payment of the amounts annuities will be granted after rate of upon every assurance of and of upon every assurance of so in proportion to other sums pvcry child until the age of whose mother may lie under the pregnancy not only will the assured be paid in the event of the mothers mt the annuities will be granted to the child or children until the age at The BENEFITS of this clause apply to the Uses of all asnned in thisomcc or the whole term of who may die under aimuar or been placed under Deed In Bxscirrouiar and TKOST Dzr at a amall bed in addition to expenses necessarily and aotuaUy proper forms of bequests will be frratuf ionsly and arrangements if for the legal Bssof Trust being done toy the parties own By UNDERTAKING the management and payment at Kuuftties or purchased this on behalf of or whether payable or at any other intervalsthini enabling lartiesto make certain provtsion for deserving whom they may wish to and which they might not otherwise have the means or opportunity of psBdes for the total premiums fliould dr Induce or necessitate them to drop their pay term of five consecutive except during he term of assurances connected with A and news rooms each and aO sod open to every whether assurer or tad or The library daily until ten oeiockbi the except on vhen It closes at ASSURANCES against acci or whichever first may ASSURANCES on and on two or more joint and contingent other desoriirtlon of life assu PREMIUMS payable half or In a single AL8O a branch added tor effecting assurances of or any other more or by small wecklr or registered without ANS on real or personal NOTICES of of OLAJMBuponpolicios paid within thrse months after proof of the deatti of the LICENSE in time of without extra to reside Nova New Bru or Cape of Good ASSISTANT Ware P BA8 The EQUITABLE SOCIETY has now been established for very nearly a the first Institution of the iind ever formed on the principle of mutual liability and mutual and few Institutions have been attended with such uniform success and prosperity throughout a period of equal or more completely realised the ntcnttonsoC their Commencing career for the express purpose of securing to great numbers of persons in particular situations of life and circumstances of fortdne the jenefit of Life it has provided comfortsJand com petence that could not otherwise have been rendered certain to many thousands of but In two Instan ces disputed a claim out of Its numerous and vast engage the extent of which may be gathered from the fact of having issued above thirtynine thousand policies since Jts and paid in and the pur chase of upwards of twentynine millions To these desirous of assuring their for the same great for which thousands have raorted toil in tines the Equitable Society still offers the security of an Immense and the right to participate on equal terms with most present members in a reserved ont of the profits and accumulations of many preceding years of prosperitr a fund so ample that the annual Interest on ft IrnowSiaii six the of tbo management of every the prtferMWWrery new member to be invested and improved free from any deduction or charge on that ARTHUR GLEHTIELD PATBHT S8BPINTHB BOYAL should order thdr Linens to be their Cemetery at he practice of the other mid VtBX nrsUBAKCSt floteEATTSV Oapitia HstablBheoVl ofB This office offers thebenefltof i anS ii UghlT eligible ftr every d origioatmg A new and most important feature entl viththii Marriage Do andrpeferred Annuities included iu o Bates of premium All pbHcfesl A T E B L OO L E A RAVC E Act of ot proposal fhc 1 every information on application to By T ONDON LIFE instituted I J 8LKing PresidentCHAllLBS FRANKS BENJAMIN This Society is essentially one of mutual in which the premiums of its members are reduced after seven The rate of reduction of the premiums for the present year Was 70 per leaving less than onethird of the original premium to be The Society also undertakes other descriptions of assur in which the assured do not become and having ceased to allow any commission to the So ciety has been enabled to reduce the premiums for the class of assurances to the following very low rates Annual Premiums for the Assurance of 20 1 13 7 23 1 17 0 30 2 1 D 412 510 0 4 10 The Court of Directors are authorised by the Deed of Settlement to advance money on the security of policies in this EDWARD I7QUTTABLE ASSUBANCE J New EsTiBLISHBD IK Charles Richard Philip William Samuel Edward Richards Adams Esq William Dacres Fames M Frederick Charles Richard Aero Henry John Charles A FIXED ALLOWANCE of PER In case of Injury by Accident of any or the un of in case or may be secured by an An nual Pavment of for a Policy in the RAILWAY PA8 SENGBftS ASSUBANCE A weekly Allowance of Fifteen Shillings for Ii in case of Death secured by a payment of Ten No charge for stamp Forms of Pro may be bad of the the clerks at all he principal railway at the Head also Railway Accidents alone may be insured against by the journey or by the year as WIUJAM Railway Passengers Insurance empowered by a Special Act of Old THE MIXERS ELECTROCHEMICAL REDUCTION FOR THE REDUCTION AND SEPARATION OF METALS FROM THEIR By Her Majestys Reyal Letters On the COSTBOOK in shares of per COMMITTEE OF fosenh Carrington Sir William Robert The Fames Bow Gerard De Stifford William Standish Grove Weston New Patentee and Chemical Henry Brinsley Bellefleld Thomas Moorgatestreet The Bank of John Hamilton Gloucesterter TEMPORARY UNION OLD BROAD This Company proposes to work Wagstaffe and Perkins patent for extracting and separating the various metals from ores by chemical a process effectual and Under The present system there is groat waste but companys process gives the metals separately at a small cost while the and other valuable proper ties are preserved for commercial The use of is wholly and coal is a serious item of cost in With only a small outlay of for the erection of model woriV for the illustration and carrying out of this by reducing English and Foreign ores at a royalty per a large income will DC produced bat the main and vast revenue will without any by granting licenses to mining fur reducing ores at their mines at a royalty per Miners may become producers of meuu at a mere nominal A portion of the capital Is already subscribed and ap plications for shares must be accompanied with the bankers receipt for thndeposlt of ICnper and addnMd to the soUottor or from whom iay be obtalned Hiners and who hold 100 may have their tested by the companys process free of BY HER MAJESTYS ROYAL LETTERS OWONNELLS Patented NECK TIES and O SCARFS require no tying or They adjust themselves and form a beautiful To be had at NEW TO BUILDERS AMD CABUTET MAKEES CJAMUEL PUTNEY invites the attention of O buyers to his large and wellselected Stock of be commencing at the following reduced prices Yellow Deals from Spruce da Hue by Tellow SJid White from per Prepared at equally low A iiat forwarded on receipt of a postage All Sawn Goods delivered within two miles free of and GrayVinn MPROVED SYSTEM OF at the WRITING T 1 PJeetstroct City fmaM loweverbad their by taking EIGHT y acquire an expeditious and wellformed style of Pen pradapted eMcr to professional or private at per Lesson ior the Conrso of Eight Lessons for Arithmetic and jraotlcalljrUught mail Its various flhort aught In a Separate Rooms for spectuses to bn had at the iiT TaluahlemhtJanne wBtbe rendered to per to such as may be desirous of Jherpare thpuaands of Urag againstthe force of mis but ifewaie aware ttpa 17 a recent act all small owing exceeding can be entirely most cases jrjthont Imprison ment if cash advanced for the above pur Country filiQjrWcasssratMBded to seoreoy may be postpalito Essex THE Law a the above to nKs Solicitor and Attorney of the of Inselvent Debtors and Superior tWd In invites the attention of era of accepting Personal Security for by commencing after the tho benefit of his Every de business transacted and nltable terms Preliminary consulta apposite Hat small ob may suit the con A form of application and par ticulars sent on receipt of four postage stamps and a stamped directed Office Pen Secretary CRAPE COLLARMAKERS WANTED firstrate Apply to THOMPSON and DOD WOVE HOUSE NEAR THIS wellknown School is still maintaining its high In establishing the Proprietor en deavored to supply a want lone felt and a Re spectable to which Parents can send their sons on reasonable without numerous and expensive and at the same tune feel sure that they enjoy every The great success and continued increase of the prove that nis exertions have been The sparious pre taken twelve months are now quite and in consequence of the number of additional pupils already pro It has been determined to The principal will therefore be happy to correspond with parents intending to place their sons at School after the Midsummer PER The following are some of the advantages of this Con stant Absenceof Corporeal Parental Unlimited Supply of the Spacious and Lofty and Healthful The Pupils are allowed to write home without being required to show their Letters to the Teachers thus securing the very great advan tage of free and confidential intercourse with their References to Parents of Pupils in all Parts of the Kingdom if in France and A with View of School will be forwarded on applica tion to the Grove THE NEAR SAMUEL WESLEY BRADNACK bees to that having transferred to FRANCIS the Establishment so long con ducted by him at he has taken the above delightful residence in the healthy and picturesque counter and after to re ceWrWELVE PUPILS from the age of eight to to educate on the plan of a Private Christian and prepare them for the Public Schools and The House stands in iU own grounds of ten and is admi rably adapted for the A Prospectus with terms and references will be forwarded on application to Bradnacks present 16th WOODHOUSE GEOVE HXAB after the Midsummer a MATHEMATICAL who must be a Wes A liberal salary will be given to a thoroughly com petent Teacher with to the Thomas Brad B8TABLI8KBD THIS ESTABLISHMENT offers unusual ad to Parents seeking a SOLID and USEFUL Education for their The system pursued em braces the most approved methods of and is eminently calculated to prepare the Pupils for an efficient discharge of the domestic and social duties likely to devolve upon them in after To insure this the rather than the merely is carefully The Pupils are treated with maternal and nothing is omitted that can contribute to their comfort and securing as far as possible AND 20 Guineas per This sum includes all those items which generally constitute and add con siderably to the amount of a School Provisions un and of the best and Drawing when taught by well qualified A Prospectus will be forwarded on application to PTJBJE AND UVCOLOTJKED GREEN TEAS TMPORTED BY US DIRECT FROM CHINA L in iU pure and perfectly free from that artificial after analysis by our most eminent the teas usually imported are proved to be covered by tho hi addition to our ordinary wo are prepared to supply the public with tho uncolourod at prices varying from to per Tea and coffee to thealue of and upwards sent carriage free to any part of Agents appointed for our packet teas and Tea AND FAMILY A DAMS and respectfully invite attention to their EXTENSIVE and CHEAP STOCK of TABLE and CAR it yards wide real Russia per very Damask Table all per Linen very Dsanask Table 21 yards Damask Table to dine 18 24 Good Family the piece of 28 very and Bedding of every de ADAMS and Leicestersquare opposite the entrance to the Great A complete APPARA TUS for for taking 41 Inches and Including double achromatic beautifully mounted hi with rack and warranted to pro duce as perfect a and to be as good as the most costly and exchanged tf not round in everywav satisfactory superior made with two dark focusing tripod standbox of weightsand two porcelain book of book of and all the immMsi i ihjinlnsls packed and sent to any part of the The next including every article but larger In taking of inches and Tno next taking pictures 9 Inches square and Every article in Photography cheaper than any wholesale house in the At GILBERT New author of First Steps In price by post seven The art tanght free to purchasers at the with use of extensive glass or ex perienced operators seut to give on reasonable PLUMBES CELEBRATED L per should be used in preference to any other The genuine and superior qualities of this article have icing established it In public It is greatly pre ferred by the most eminent Physicians in London for Inva and as the best food for It also forms a light nutritious diet for general and Is most valuable in all cases of Directions accompanying each which bears the signature of Great appointed hi all parts of town and Bold In One Pound and Half Pound by Paternosterrow Ford and Islington Sloanestreet Moorgate street CamberweU Hackney Peckham i Islington Ellis and i Newgatestreet CAPITAL AND HOTICE TO COUHTRx mHE WEEKLY and all other Un I stamped regularly supplied by Jons Terms on 1HEAP GLASS and PICTURE i to inform tho of WB that he Is prepared to supply complete for tho above from Every desorip mada toordoron the shortest possible and 1BH8 restored At and Hlfh IT is by no means improbable that some of our friends may be disposed to how it is we wnte so mnch about capital and labor If the question were put our reply would that these two words embrace the whole population of the whether rich or poor and it is to them as human beings we address All these it must be be their con dition in high or without supported by the production of Never theless it is well known there is a numerous class jpf people who do not never haye per formed any action which can be designated and are in no sense Whatever may be the they or the services they Afl theseare embraced in the word or belong to a class auxiliary to the who are recognised as distributors of the productions when they are ready for the market such as carriers and who may all be capital or in part aided by those who are only These stand between the producers and the performing a service which would otherwise fall on the producers distract ing their attention from their proper and unprofitably taking up their Bnt there is another reason for so frequently turning to this from the difficulty men have in fixing the proper functions of and of realising the close connection which necessarily subsists between capital and There are a great number of the people who have been accus tomed to look upon capital merely as the engine by which the labor power of the country is moved and kept in motion and to them it will appear strange to be in capital itself is the offspring of which consequently precedes and thus the case is Labor is the parent and capital the We have repeatedly had occasion to that capital is nothing more than accumulated It must be that there are an immense number possessed of capital who have never labored in any can it be said with justice that capital is only accumulated labor Simply if these parties have not labored them selves to acquire this some one or some hundreds have done it for Some of our political who are them selves possessors of a part of the soil of the have chosen to link land along with as being equally with it the foundation of or capital and they speak of it always in conjunc tion with as the source of Now no one disputes that the possessor of land in a well peopled country is otherwise than a He is a capitalist from the circumstance that he has the control of out of which wealth can be produced but he is a capitalist precisely in the same wmy w the noUer of This latter article no one disputes wiis the produce of for by it the house was It is true that labor did not make the soil but if there were no no human beings to cultivate the soil and occupy the what kind of wealth would either of them There are millions of acres of land in the taken are not worth a Land therefore is not in itself the parent of wealth in the same sense in which labor Labor can produce wealth independently of the soil but the soil can not produce wealth without How many millions of the people of England obtain their sub sistence independently of the soil of this The cotton of America sustains the hundreds of thousands in Manchester and and other places while the wool grown on the sheep of supplies the wants of the people of and the surrounding Neverthe it is true that the soil of England is a fruitful source of wealth but then it is the manufactures of the country that has made it They are the cause of the large population which now reside in and on this population the value of the land The increase of its without any augmentation of the number of acres of which the country is made has created a greater demand for the productions of the thus increasing their and in this way increas ing the wealth of the parties who hold by yield ing them a larger rent than But what is rent How does it happen to exist or how is it that some lands bring rent and others none These may appear to be very simple ques tions but it has been a difficult matter for the economists to supply a satisfactory To do occupied both Ricardo and MCulloch some time before they could make any reply to the What is rent And when they did though quite at one upon the their decision is still disputed by Their conclusion that rent is i the difference between cultivation and noncultiva and arises from tho amount of or the cost of labor expended upon this may be true but there are other circumstances affecting the rent of which cannot be over of access to and the greater or smaller expense of bringing its produc tion to the nearness or distance of population has a great influence on the value of the In it is population that gives it any It is the grand promoter of the value of at the same it is population is the great reducer of it becomes the interest of whether that capital be vested in land or or in to have as large a population as short of its being reduced to a state of absolute starvation because by this means they secure cheap labor for them to this extent the manufacturers and land owners are united in the same But to every extreme there is a and the counter poise in this case that low wages diminish con and this again reduces the demand for thereby increasing poverty and distress among the men who a thing which may one day be carried too at is the grand diffi culty of imd it is not easy to see how it is to be got The miners of the West of Scotland have been playing the keeping np the dispute between capital and labor for TO long that the IKW and waste created has been computed to amount to about a mfflion The it is was caused by an attempt of the masters to reduce the wages of from five shillings to four shil lings This we suspect to be the statement of the as the scale of wages seems very At all a strike was no remedy for the It is only by the laborers making an effort to ac cumulate capital they can relieve A small accumulation at all enable them to and emigration is the only de fence they have against a still farther lowering of the rate of If they be unable to resist the temptation to waste by extravagance in foolish and unnecessary must be content submit There no possible way of bit Haswttha their they must make up their minds to either selfdenial or Those of them that are wise wiH take the hint and prepare for the PAJLLIAMENTARY HOUSE OP Lord LrxcHrssT moved the second reading of the Oath of Abjuration The noble and learned lord stated that he was surprised at the course adop ed by bis noble friend Earl who had put a motion on the paper to the effect that the measure should be read a second time that day six He understood that the noble earl objected to the measure because it proposed to leave out certain on the true faith of a from the Oath of But the proper courea for the noble earl to adopt would have to have allowed the bill to be read a second and to have moved the insertion of those words in The noble and learned lord then reviewed the various arguments which had been formerly urged against the admission of Jews to and showed that they were either fallacious or without He concluded by urging the adoption of the as being in accordance with the eternal principles of justice and Earl STANHOPE opposed the second reading of the The noble eai 1 contended that while it was right to admit all classes of Christians into the Legislature of the it was no infringement of the principle of civil and religions liberty to exclude the be cause they could not be identified with a Christian The noble hi parliamentary said he should move that the bill be read a second time that day six months but in reality that the bill be now The Marquis of CLAJTEICAEDE had listened with eat attention to the noble earl who had just sat and he must say that the noble earl had failed to shake or invalidate in any way the arguments made use of by his noble and learned Lord Lynd in favor of the admission of the Jews to He the Marquis of Clanricarde surprised that the noble earl could think of cling ing to this miserable worn out fragment of and make a speech proposing to exclude the Jews from seats in Let the noble earl but look to the city of and ask could that at that be considered a Christian in the sense of the word Were not Jews sitting theie in the discharge of the duties of civil offices He would go even and tell ihe noble earl that J ews bad been elected by a Christian community to the situation of and that they were actually bound to provide toe bread and as the elements for the celebration of the Lords Looking at the question in all its he the Marquis of Clanricarde should support the admission of the Jews to on the plain and simple that the State had no right to inquire into the conscientious and religious opinions of a free born subject of and that no matter of what to be deprived of his rights and privileges on grounds of Lori supported the and drew a wide distinction between n measure introduced into the House for the avowed of purpose admittiugthe Jews into Parliament and the measure now before the which simply had for its object the repeal of an obsolete and useless Loril LrsiiiSOS opposed the the ques tion iu his opinion not as to the propriety of admitting a few Jews into the House of but as to whether they should maintain their adherence as a legislative body to the fundamental principles of tlic Christian The Earl of GERMAN supported the The Marquis of LiXSDOWXE said that lie and his colleagues were of opinion that this was a proper mea sure to be and he hoped their by giving their consent to would remove a disability under which one class of her Majestys subjects unjustly The House then and the bill was lost by a majority of 110 to Their lordships then HOUSE OF VOUTESCCE moved his resolution on the na tional system of education in to the emxt that they had observed with satisfaction the progress mode in the instruction of the poorer classes in Ireland under that and that no plan can be carried into eftectual operation unless it be explicitly and clearlv as its leading that MO at tempt shall be made to influence or disturb the ptvu liar religions tenets of any sect or denomination of He was glad to propose that in consequence of the rash and injudicious decision come to on Tuesday evening KIRK seconded the He reminded the opponents of the system that it did not originate nith the liberal Government of bub in emanated from a commission appointed hy a Govern ment of which Lord Lord the Duke of and Sir Peel were That commission laid down the principle that the instruc tion should be such as would leave the schools open to all religious and exclude all compulsory dogmatic principle which had ever since been adhered to in the national complained of the attempt to get rid of the address as an unconstitutional and contendel having been fairly on full by the there was no ground for saying that a surprise had been He de fended the address against the charge of its being an attempt nt He entirely concurred in the resolution moved on Thursday He be lieved it embodied the sentiment contained in the and support LABOUCHEHE expressed great satisfaction at the course taken by regarding it as an ad mission that the system of National Education in Ire land had worked and produced manifold advan CAIBXS opposed the Ho saw no incon sistency between the objects aimed at by and those which the House had voted on motion and therefore he should support the without losing sight of the objects proposed by the address which had been agreed Lord RrssBLi referred to the inconvenience of the rule of the permitting resolutions to bo at once agreed without further for addresses to the He should willingly vote for the re versal of the resolution carried the other night by the right gentleman and support the motion now bcfine the He regarded the question as of tho greatest import and he trusted as long as the present Government were in they wouM not consent to make any sensible modification in the and that they would adhere to the plan and if any alteration to he undo in tho let i ho iron ;