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In the Houee of Lord*, which «t for half an hoar
Seeds Act (1869) Amendment Bill a second time, and the Customs and Inland Revenue Bill %aa pawed through Committee. 11 -J.I
the* first two hours we^ occWed WwWng Ui*
llr. Del^unty; • bat -eventually the wound readinr
prnvmna oonmnt of PariiaseemL In dob* mo, a* 1 ariiament was not eitting, and he argued that in
lladington m the Conunon*, dsfsnded the poBcy of

% Act lif q6edju, in th:
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oWy'judigod by the ,
also aa strictly within I
|jthedefanoeof theOov*rnm*utalreadynndadaken lr the Ixnd Chancollor, bnt oboerved that, if the Op-; idon really believed that MlnlMm* had exceed,! bar Bowere, :t wae dearly their duly lo chaBemge It \r "batting a solution. At the preeeut moment
: hn*ofth*Oovemmont woreeealed.andthaywem
-able to rindicate, their policy. When the right r mem* oam* for breaking mlence they would k*
'ire lo promoUth* honour and hdependenc* of th*
la the House of Common*, the Marquis of Hart-:cS*.on submitted his Resolution relating to the military forces of the Crown and the movement of native lio.f* from India. The claim of the Government, he <"Mended, wae a novel one, and he aeeerted that it ,m« m India alone that force* could be raiaed ar^l n.intain^d without the authority of Parliament, and th«t wkn mch f«fe* were traneforrod lo any other p:t of her Majesty's dominions they mutt come und I - conditions which govern the .other regular fore

l. IIo had no desire to obstruct this Opera-it if Parliament should couaidar .. i .cu.«muea measure, but before a precedent cut i t-bhshed the Houea ought to oonader wall ta* P-^nde upon which ell Infwmdlon Mgardingit had ' ** withhold. Kir M. Hicks Beach evoked a load rhwr when he said ho regarded it as a subject of con-palliation for the present and a hope for the future t!ut so strict a jealousy of the English Constitutions r^ti*a rolatlag to the control of lb* amy ahocld Luc been shown by the leader of the party who wrre t luthora of the Royal Warrant abolishing purchaio. J then proceeded to justify Ministers in treating the Resolution as more than the discussion of a Constitute nal question and aa a Vote of Censure. lie moved »n amendment declaring it to bo unnecoasary and in-n|$dlent to aUrm any RoeoluQon tending to weaken I!., handa of the Ooiemment In the preeent etato of IwignaEalr*. Tho debet* waa continued by eevmal h •. mem here, and, on the motion of Mr. Fawcett, wme .];uur*edunta next day.
Wwurwa-had *<

On Monday/at Qw TOmonton Nty Seaelone, Jamc*

paaeed the station they were a* ease. At thle epot wae dismissed.
pt*in Pearee < acted with , the #####
down. He wae the last man to Law the eWmer, to sail to leeward. The majority of her forward

tested in the usual i
d on reaching the dwtnet office was handed to the the other lettem eorted to **!*• ^he prisoner went bis usual round and
fce^L ^kW,,t depUl Ul8r® kmpalhtolhohtiiett
In the Court of Queen's Bench on Saturday M, ' keM?L ^*** the caee of Queen t. Tanfield was heard. The de- ! gi*»o*_nr» „
elderly gentleman nflned Mr. George Wood, a re la-tire of the eccentric Jemmy Wood, of GloOb&ter, who reeided^in King's road, Chelsea, 'and who cut hie throat la the water closet. It appeswed that a Mre.
Thornton, who lived with him u hia houae-keeper and servant, benefitted under hie will, and it' had been arranged before the enicide that be wae about to remove to Cakden Town. The article imputed that an improper intimacy had mdated between them, and eileo that it wae a murder and not a suicide. Mr.
B^^ot.Tarry, with whom was Mr. Boddam, ap-

L^Dkyly.wI ad journalist, am
"" » wrww ana journalise, ana naa been lor io Teate permanently connected with the JWenway Asf. Ho eUUd (Aat he waa the author of the libel handed
wniee namoa ineretn, nor had he ever heard of -.o-i "before. In writing the article be dfnied ' ' positively that h* —v_» .v
Suicide or Murden" and that at the ti the article he was totally nnaeq—:-*-J the parties named therein,
auvoiy suae no was actuated by malice, but th«t he n .oto it in Uie bST. ALBANS, HOLBQBN.
Ono of tho ccogMgutkm aemmbled In largo nmmbere lha mid-iUy eervfee In the chnrch of.
rnTfwm tKb V.™ r>„_ TV- CM..>_
""" , •~«5'ys—™«»tuiureu ui larga nninucra ^ mM-ddy eerrke In the chnmh of R" ^ ^"7 Her- Dr. Stanley, Dean of Weatmiaatcr, who entered tho church just as "low Maaa" was being commenced, and. took his aeat a. few rows removed from the chancel rails, oppomw Urn; pinbng of tho Vir^n and Child, la front of which were unlighted candloe and rases of chdoe dowm*, a*l under iho cracUk, depended from a psllar, which warn condemned by the Archdeacon 3 Lond<-" »■— ---— - »-•----- ti-
The first marquises were lords of lha mar rke—that ie to ea'y, lords of the country lyi,
ilnftmarlra whL>k tk. Km!*. hi _ _
lords of the marches
property; or the title la granted by caprice.
Kxtibt Ditaas.— Many nations, and particularly the savage* of the South &* and other ialanda are r*. mwkable for the expertnese which they acqu" "
;----°-TTT" T " "UB1 *"c,r infancy, the element
k «wm that U*y eedmtm have
the rise of thetr facnltiee in the water as well u on dry
Baca»* nta Fiunci Lot. — V.Umpt J* Ut against the Field of ditto.'
Motto ro« Er "
b College.—Not fait i

Plates mtroai PicrtKks.—The Lord Mayor, on a recent apnpopMat* oMmsi^i, toeh tho ey&'rtanity W call attention to the absence of Pictorial Art from the Mansion Hotiae. The •want of paintings at the Civic Palace has doubtlesa regained qnnotkfd because the attention of everybody there has been eicluaivdr de- " voted to the plate*. ,
T«a Dmonr Qcmm. — Coster; G«in' to tt Dmhy thk tke, BOW-BOI: WeU,'y* e^ m Misans say* aa 'ow it*a werrr expensive, and she", •ooner go oat of town for the-'oppin', later on.
Poifra Ficnojve.—Mrs. Brown: Dear me; Mn
.y, ; (from JuJjr.) \ :
Y there any ocmnedkn kctwwu the " aakfd truth" Jid a " bare oath " P IYaw B*6roH.—A German paper wants to knew
too W» inlhoday. jTkqnmtmn
answer is sufficiently obvious.
fe."TS£.' % stf-JSft!"
' than* m wanted, '

EOBDING CHILDREN 1* THE NTEEETS. At th* Marlboroogh-street PoIlca^o*t, Jamea
and biretta. In the centre of the bad? of the cbaSuhl, w*a beauUfully worked in silk a representation of the Crucifixion. Two lighted and ten unlighted. mna TWn ---,'J___1___1
rv—. -Utod until-the act of elevation was and then left the church. A gentleman who aocom-^nsod theJ)e*n amisted the lattar La mm paring thi ritualistic action at the "altar" with the text-in .the Book of Common Prayer. • Previous Id preach Ink th.
Rev. A.-H. Stanton asked the pray----•
for the reposety a departed soul:
good many Rom in miseals In uw

lilies he had made he found that the nri-
nighths had lent h:-
— — money. %e pH •red him, which excited the

lauahod and leered him, w-------
ind ho gave him nMow In tho face with hie Bet. Tk
*epc*Ung tho blow an hie ehoulder, when a ymmg
eurgeon, who found upon him no Indeed end lacerated mcalp wound, and that had. no doubt, been done with
refueed, ae he eaid he waa loo good a man for him 11* pmoemduf. h»M*ef, hent pulling him out i gght, and whm look pkee, the proeecnb T** jury Amnd theprleoner OWIty. Tl
tesmed him to be impneoned and kept to hard labo*
>Uno stitcil, in answer to a question, that it was "gamble to expedite submarine operations about tho Eurydice. Lord Bury said the report of the Com-Bitut> upon the physical test a* a qualification unions in th* army had not yet been fuJy
In tho House of Commons the Attorney-Gonetal uftimed Mr. Gourley that the Government had no ■casotfto believe that the steam ships recently bougiit n tho United State* by pereons said to havo been icting for Russia were to be employed as privateer*. Ine motions of private members on the paper having **n withdrawn, Mr. Kawcett resumed the debate 'P* the despatch of Indian troops to Malta. The Utomny-General said the proposition enunciated in W Hytington'e reoolut&m wae radically nneound. rhv BUI of Right* related only to the raising of an
T-mnda. fbey had Incurred the charge &* thwo ndian troops at a time when they were proposing tho nancinl meaauree of the year, without providing any '•sys and means far meeting the charges. They hid !«, acted unconstitutionally in placing the House in ■ I»mtion fn which no real discretion could bo extr-**<1. Among the gentlemen who continued the debate »crc .Sir O. Campbell, Mc. Kewdegete#Rlr H. Haeo-&ck, and Mr. Grantham. Mr. ClihSra based hie pproval of the motion partly on the fact that tlirre 'is W precedent for bringing the Indian troops to jUroP«. **d partly on the secrecy in which this mot*.
k dehZel^adj^edf*
HIGHWAY ROBBERY. The Metropolitan Pblioo hav, moeived Infonnatlon
the trap. The pohce hav* been fumiehed with a somewhat, vague description of tho-men, and-there doee not Appear to be any ve? great hope of Ihdr bemgcaptnmd. J,/
cpn Monday; [a gentle, ibout 30, dreeaod in dark
gFi •'! And eome of j*r leaders.

the go<>d chars
i h ''to^U? °' with hard lahoor. The prisoner, who seemed pleased
At the Thamee PoBce^ourt on Saturday Let In-epedor Jamee Tairy, of thaThames.statics)* Wapplng, appenmd to a eummooa, unde* tho Thame* Wale*, men e Company': Ad, eharglng him with unlawfully
several feme* on tho Thames on Sundays, one of whmh waa near SL Georga's-stair*, Deptfded. On Sunday morning, at eeve o"doch on the XOth of April, he was in his boat in mid-stream, having been there nearly two hours, and saw a person near Mill well Dock, to whom he called, asking him if he wanted to mom tho nver. Ho did not hear any an*wer, and h*
thenmw the police boat go toward* MBlwan Dock, the
pereon to whom ha had ailed being takdn In that boat waa dopped, Iwo- meo rowing th* boat in thdr
Itotherhithe. After hearing Mr. Cart tar and wftneeeea for the defence, Mr. Slade eaid hia opinion wae that the polme or any pereon with a boat could give n W&
:r ho would h
At half-peat ihreo o'clock m*hl!y dmeeed foung mah.'abmit *0. dr**e^ 6 dark greyofeeooat, bleak ribbed oo*t and vW, light groy dnped twueere, commiMod euidde In tho Thamee Subww by ehootmg hlmedf. Ho d«llbmat«lyd3w a evolve* oWLof hie pocket, and ehot himself In th*
who eent for Dr. Gibeon and Mr. Smith, hfe assistant, who promptly arrived, but found life waa extinct.
as oMAattA
man, addrmed W Mr. J. Bach, W, Church-road,
aaag- &t-«r«
Emily (little sister) "What are epinsteref— in his house.
to hie servant," I did .
eir, what^ instrument would yob use in constructing
UlL aaenW KlaaWf, IW.fU*birfk_W .;™I


John Robson, aged 2fi, watchmaker and jeweler, of W. New^trcot, Oorent-garden, wee brought *efbre Mr. Vaimhan, at Bow-street, on Monday, on a wmrant chargmg him with feloniously detaining a gold wa*dt*#hiod at *H. Ihe propeAy of Mr. Bobast Webdor, smlchmaher, 3 MO, tky^oad. Dhring tho pad few weehe aa many as fifteen summonsee havo been isaued,from this court requiring the defendant to show cauaa why be retained watchea which had been wtmetod'lo-hfm^by different Individual for mpalr. rha oorrfplainantastated that* certain day had been fixed for the completion of the work, but th«* had
now been able to recover their piopeily, bdng ;mt %
watdwa in poud, stating that he had .not had tin* to repair the same, and he urged that in several instance* ho had lent another watch to the customer while the work waa in hand. Under thee* circumstance*, th
HPm ■
Upon thia, the orator commented severely on their ihtoITIXL IVOO tW d.y, .h» . ■». Ao.rf fyn.
. -—-ce, that tho detention wia not leloniom," but Mr. Vaughan eaid it was cledrly i so obtaining gooda by faleo pfetcncoe, ahd h, unod the defendant that any future charg* M th, ad would bo ao regarded. Aa defendant, onl pay. uit of the costs (4s.), waa discharged.
South Leicestershire has I
a*M ocdii visiteu lor many, years alorm ww *f eevmal houra' duration, and whUefat it*
the fear of the^romist* was also struck, and looked

dyes .how pom, light, gr.y
Mujth Volvstxewino.—A number of militi
hAfor* th* door. Into thle shop entered th* kna
*n$amd, wd with h*ch chadtyjmt on the chaaubl*. Tehmg advantag* of a *avonrdi6 moment tho knavo
ing him as to his complicity the thisf eeeaped. Thi*
pspfUli £-a;SS-
utonoe nowadays. .
it tppwt u «™d by the o! tho timq^,.
oAa&f*" "p*-,c'"
To Man Tnn Twnm, BoaTa—Sub-marinm.
meanWehoutinn-Brownl Brown? Thomaneneah-ingwAown. ¬:_Notho! %1^,^wZth* eovo wetfot mo thezfiv* bob to about Brown I
Sooai. Econumca.—Now la lb* time for spring cWnlag. If you hav* not got a eprint chJt oj yoor well—nnhm you prefer to. Id wall a&n*. Ix Dasuiiihi-s.—Austria's intentions.1 ;
ho, OS TnaBanoans.-Editor of Sodrty Journal-
Now that w* hnv* atWed our lerme, Mada6e, win yen giv*m*yonr*ddr*^ and th* paper ahall b* end to you ewy weokf AahlonaW* Lady Coatribufo*.— Ob, my dear ew, tho teima win havo to be reviaed if I m expected to read tho paper.
lo . Krwich ooort recently, u. witnaa ™ «b.. it ^oratu.oraldmc,u bohunot h^l timet»co,..;
—— —— ">ga. Tho .iuiui uii good riogin' bark is wuth i ■ —■n «'pocket than forty-ti

burpriao at her improved —* -apid a restoration.
ra* the .beautiful
Jsf^sxssas SsS ' 4 tixsLirxsis;s?as=
chfcary had been throw* out of gear, sent for a negro on hia plantation, who-Aade some pretension* to —«—« akBlj lo p%*onha for him. The negro.
oa*. proparod; and
with the utmost oonfideno*
WW Wng
medicine he

-de aUum to 'dra
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