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THE TIMES,, FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1844. TXAYLK RAILWAY COMPANY, London, I I Al,, , H.t to kmli jirw.UuA UellAUr - i 'sauly .ex kral h tms a t tk fan at uu reor a Mi Hw at Omui i era, 4. Sew br4atri, woa - tmai a T - aaram - - . a4 a f - Uv eiar - v af Urea W - ,,UlkV' ' - "W! - .vnRTllKlt.V and EASTERN RAILWAY. 1.1 i J - '.tlwfcliitt1DITlDE5I)i:,.l Ji - 3 t. i.jt d rh.l . ' IKIT Mil .a UV Mtt abjrra u cvrar. w.i! f t n at tl ii - mMmi - vrir mti'M, rntnl lot. a. art Ml ! - uw lplip - u. - i. lr - o4.lila4brfea,df"f. V - lar .tb.lVa1. wl)tRI - .n bo - J'tA - Mo, A"W . "MOKTIIUHN and EASTEllNMlAll.WAY. - Sale aMri.T:XIRT - - !'e ! .' P114vi X TI - - . - - Ul - LHJ.VlWlt.tH FVaU t. ef mo - , - lander nit" at c ia.. - . "man iuw ,a r .. mmio4.' . uJ pytri.l. f 1 1 per thare every .unolsc l.7bta'.:i - aii ivt ba.f Ja - lT. at t rat of 'Mfttl tr aaeaia, '.aw saeuav ui . - li jt: t tiJ - - "Fa. permian!. nruniM f: v. t ui. - o - t.r. ui are a . i r ulfUf r4ra ilwfiria ,!(.::.!. . .. .... ; aabar - td laa - .amber efahar. itbalt K Ii3 l I u IV - . t i rB - f .ae a - w.a e tttir a - Laif. it ut alt iutr . - c - V. enrAt. tbrf ram oaf. t - i . Aac t.ail - .'Yt.' - .' ateiihtiidj"F..rt:lbei'Ffa - .l. Ibeu aultte t - - a - '4 t iSituttiHft. Tk wo! .bare Wi - fcHW . U ct M4 1 STRAND Til KATRK. Lceiec, Mr. Robert. 4a tO prXJCV VI UeiHJ HU..V&&.l.b LIOHT. H wlU Wl nti lb. rr3.KUm uC i liMbtt'i mmXtl Mn. WiUbl u, Kol HUwd.u4 Mia K. Mwlr. ixt - trnxat tb HKK MAJKSTVi T1IKATRK. Lut; Night fofro. tfa SoMllT. KaWrttw. to th Our. Imt lYtendi. M tb rvor.c. inL Minims u - w rmu Km. Mu. Fiiuut zr M4 IVnUoi t IKa OK - rnL lin Pornavl : trfmao, Hint la th rmunm i4 lb tnalM. Hci.k. Iran ft f.winl. OMTft kih K twr Marluii will er1Tm. Wttut Hbw KsiMtcUuntr.t.. la wtick MUt. ruej tMr, u. 0iu. M. PL Uoo, iJ M. Pot - I will IRDV. AttbteutoM lor buio. UmOt. ftM llckl i b ull ftt KM W.O. Ut - aiLftJ. Ilocn lS ! T S IM CfiWft II I R MAJESTT i TnETRE. nt 11... In thl. oiu.tr) Kmi vtwrt, euLUMxi IAKAIK T 0. - SaLOOW. !tvar.d. The 1 JlKl'HKSK.N - nsi'b4 W xw. l - mi .o - l r... No. iS. lfw - fri. rk. uJ c HtAR il ."OUCTUINQ lo tJ AI - VAMMiK. ' . 3nUANT toa"l" - crtv"i4 ihc'llh Court f fcKMT8l'1 r.!xvK lllriiAKI .Vbl:l5iM,IU;rKV.fT r.r , , i a,im) - - .. - a:.. .k.S . wet . 4. - . 0'. .C 41. tU U' P.To. Sb. - " . f - I til 4 . N wf. 1 - - I. t kt V - tr d u I! K.ri:C;ifJ' k( Bk. M ti M' tf la !'.!. t . is nksa: wliit , ttufT : ' 0"' . t. tt. T t.' ! llllj i.! lU.T. !,, U - !".' c - w.t.iitt tV wl Im! - t : t. m 4fr.lt Id M.ltnj w W i B jrH.lTANT to a IVctpi; of the High Cuart of ....a. - lft.l RKI'lTORI . f AMl'CI. XMITII. U. Il wrU - n. la im .. . MnwtlM it'j i1.t trf lit. l' - rra.. - ;a l I. - :. - . .'i.'i tl - f. tb " - ul W. pt .I - .'! riria 1 it. .IHH U.i k - iMI T. !t"RU, (i UncUr.1 nt. f.T J. U OUt !1.Mitir'ioii?tr. Wlir.KKAS lv a I)ecrt - cc.f the 11 Court c! Chtftn ' lr . MAT. lltS is i rtb linn . J - rr ,11. Airrw Urarr I jik. recf te M. - trt t.: t . irt. i.. auu r4 .t.t. im li O.i'l .lu.m or lb. TXT ' T.IX ', JOHN rOU:H. l.U.f vVdU..b'arilal!w r - .' t lUt, - hir - n.f, U lb. ..uc f ! JTrrf. t.Mi:.aji. Wwt, . t - i m Uw c .tb of Jivj. t . th - i - t. - m it., i .' i. l ti. f :uirwrrni4.hTitt .t lb ut f ti 1,4 tsl. unj ftt ! mhiebf - iirh uesl ,4 lis i. r rr.oecM..c:JI . V r ! ' bur.rt' - ir ktt.1 - ir.Ai rn - 'il'r 'Thi . ...tirt Ai.i r Mi - m mim.ie U' l - .i - V.j.it4l kio.i.r tK:r l?rti'.tr it rr;w - rtnUTv fart r it f kla ". I - T.i It :i - .h rl t - 4i( . HI, I j ib'm .r t. - lV i sJ ru Uub ibrit c inj mke bt uit tiil r - f.. th, .rj Mjt. .1 t.r rt.n.b .. ri rVttst'.''taiM.cK Ct.uxrt 'w L..i ; r. is J t IS rKf.t..V, ibr? tr !!.!... rj i citi - i - ! a tVi rt 1 dr. f 1 C : iUut. OA p.l ..Lr. - n:i!! ti!Vi. f3.Tb - ..tT - t, TV'OTICK ulicrcltv civt - n.thst l - y an iridcntw i I ku:iii I. trtt Jii t.:?:b di t 3 t. c Urt rrt. VIL!.lil llLt l CbiSrnJ In lis r.urti f . - Tf .l!Tr. "tl - rvr. .!'. - ta.r.! at ki. PIT.' - AL - rATK ul i Fjsirr - bi - . - r ui.tr k.iu4Lrt T.; J . w 'Mr, itumntLi: kr. - t iar.. crn tral. - bi - nr.' t !'. t?.c tn.dt.. - r K..A VTi :ik rtiil whc itnll lruui th .Anic .'fttil wii - .'h ..! n urc w ixl i j ti c rui Wiitua. MuOl .3 f K - tii 1 lur rvx n 11k - aa rr.h cxj J j'je a i - .e r tniv. .trr lb of 1.5 rra i thru ic nd It lUarf Wi;. J A! 1. : tu.tj.urj. u. t li'.d ! 1.1 L.J . M Urifct ; uj !b in I uie ot wwinxtrii llr .1 1 cjT3.. f Mf.. K'.r. . f j u A 4 r. - .' try 'or.4, ;. f. r ,:ir'. Iv mi4v t! :b .J: rai - iru - . - ai i"ii. 11. Mi. C. MJLIi f : AWftxwVjrr. I.n&jcn. tOXIlIACT for CLI!AN?IX'.i lirflUWJOl'l. V riacri.ox A. - Tb C 'f tf l"r - d" p - rvt,f..B i IVntn. Ml. fcTiinJ tisxrii:, Mkla. Cofcn; MM. t. llt!)nu. KC I lr, tlA ftK iKsn. w piilni m piui . Tncvras .royal, iiatmakret. Tb IITn.Mt C ii f. r mm niffbt tocrt. tUlj EVtMNO. THE RANd.lM. A'trr b'rh. tbr turi - .ju ct SORMA. il - . ftT Mbt M.rUJ will d.. - tb. IVikA. , M. J I'.rr, ill t.n I'mrT. K. i.l T. be f.41oM tf TJ1K MILUNLK. HOLTCAV. I. ft.Iv l1B r - Mf - nr ..lt .la ta Prr. - VV". KrUJiaw. Ti CiBiuJe Kith UOW TO PAY THU REST. THKATRE ROYAL. LYCEUM, rules Ui oiriAim a vf Mr,. K wrf. I!! r.VrMSO ;:s ir - atatb. intia?ci MARTIH. r'K'Zll.wlT. Tb - rrlr. - lrJ rhftratr. tr )l - n. K. Yont. r. rm - mt. Kiu - ', - r, M' - v A. Wim. !, ttcws, Turn, Ptr - r i, J. W. ihtf. Y.rr.44. tl.irv.lo - . tad Hk : Mta rm, Hi 4r, xn . A. iU, Hn, Kl, .ill, uw "Wk fhrr. Mm Turr Mid Mti. Kwlry. To couluJ. i ALaCIT t. r.:t "iiin. 0. !U. ".ll - - !. ... OU i:r. - t MKTJtorOLlS IMWWVKtfNtSCbrntrj - rtrr t r - - - Tb. C 'Sirr. UrT. TIlr - MwtjV W.. - l nd F, - .t "l1lT I 3 tMr.TlT!OV. C. 'il P TSif CKi'l'Mi mi l llwl rKH. iri;r - 'ir ..f t"v : lf rn - vJI. - om 1 om'tfti'TV t Lr, - er , n - l ill I wiiliij( I . re - ir. .1 1 : aaf r a! 1 1. ur.e. at rfi. - 1.fr Kt'Cvk . n !. : i.. - . - n.t r. - if Pnr Hr and tr :w. r - f .w it.. iaf Wi - i,Sihi!a': : lio. . - i. - .tb.y - . ,T.biv;J jarl. arjdaj.fi!rti at 11. r,n;, lit aK!NXKlLS 7. V 3.1 c jl J ti - tt. : .. I - . - : l,lae - .;TJ Ksno&s and drcuit'oourU. LTu principal object wu i lo (uuutate parnvcnt dj niaij ir purmcnt by icet. and to aboliih the fees nw exacted from defendant upon their traverse and dischargea. uaptain recnaLL was souawns 10 prevent tnese clerks from engaging in electioneering matters, and to put an end to the practice of holding pettj sessions at inns and public - houses. Mr. Kscott applauded the Secretary of State for having taken this step to purify our courts of justice from extortion, lie rcaa a letter showing the hard ship imposed upon defendant lj the present system of fees, which he considered grossly illegal ; and he protested against the inclusion of any credit for those fees in any scheme of compensation U the court otticers. Mr. Wakley observed, that the country was indebted to Mr. ErfoTT for having first brought this subject under public notice, and wished that the hon. member would move in the next session for a committee to probe the matter. lie was 'so pleased on the whole with - the bills now introduced, that ho thought it quite a pity that the House should rise while the Ministers were in so happy a vein. Mr. G. Knigiit expressed his approbation, and leave was given to introduce the bill. Mr. Escort sVid, that the credit of first Iringing thin subject undr the notice of the House was due, not to hlmn - lf, but to Mr. Hoem - ck. Sir J. O aiiam then explained the anccdments introduci - d by the Lords into the I'oor Law Bill, and moved that the 1 louse should aCTee to thom. . Captain Pixiikll seized the opportunity to say a good ceal about theuubcrt Unions; alter which, the Liord a amendments were agrued to. APTUK WOXDERrCL UMP. TmHTRK ROYAL. 8ADLKUV WF.LI.H. I n I tb Jir tia rf Atra Vtmr and Mr. itialra. Tills KVKMNQ tb tnr um i! eummuf wits TlIS WIFE. JaUd K IV r. Mr. 1 - brlM : IVrar J O.Uc. Mr O. llrn t : Lrur.:.. Om.ud. Mr. IllMu - t u : Man . Mr.. Wa irr T I) l I it CAPTAIN CHARLOTTE, T cojdmla ob UACKLTtolLT. 1 ROYAL Hl'RREY THEATRE. Lart 1 1 Die M 1 tb U ad Or i roicrwij. Ill r.YKXIXiJ b m wtl Rnwinl. tatnr xn CIX. rKRKI.L..ur.r - r(4M MRonwr. lli - llt. MiE. Trrrrj. Mm .. . 1. W. Kin. Lffl . E. L. Ilm. X. CowttL R llxiarr. - C.lu.t.r. Mr. O. Swbun. with dmlil aM .n rtinru. T . runrhiil. auk a new drama, ex.Uted ORAMAC1IREE MOLl.' V .tiHrti.'JjIroul 11U I. FTrSn TIIKATRE. U. - e. .Mr. lul - t. nin r.vrvisoi;i t rr i mirtiv rnrrzLEwiT. Oli Ma - ;in rbl..t. Mr. Aiuff. t Muk T.plrr. Mr. rW, Jrnv Chiuiaaii. Mr. AUm4; Mr. Prcrata ar.4 S.ir f ljMnt. Mr. H. tliali : Marr 1l.ib - . Mm. r.i - aa P. - p. Afur ac'.. TMK wji IX.UFrLLAMP IN ANKWLIUIIT. Mr. r. Vnr , anl M - .. Mort mm al.MMicea.ntll'aIu. To eoMiiiJii wab Tub . I JUS. ATLEY - ROYALAMPIUTMEATRC. lTir.ri and canirr. Mr. W. PaUt. TIIM tm i.V.J U.. i - rloni:aoa will nuiit - m at ? 'c!orA !ta TrlKrllIL. WAR. ani trlUatit Fat .( Luibrr ia, Ne. in tbo Cce. y "th - n. q - jallH rrt Mnlih and f - M rflu.iri.r.. Tocmchile nn THE URaAT r - TKEPLK CHArU; it, L - flaad'i mni.ot Uvrne. Hoi - vtac on inu 11 1 4. OTbe i.Btfcati'a rf T Ta. eW.ccwx! at fe - a micar. tc ? o'clock ' ' c'.criy a..ri.xi, as I Sai. - r.eJ at a uaitr U. lqxddx. rninlr. Avnv.iT 9, is..: The House tf Ctmmoi icet yesterday at ti o'clock. Mr. SvtiNtv Herseiit mcveJ that the House should arrce to the I jrvis aniendmcnts on the Mer ehint Seamen's Bill. .Admiral Dtniias uidCajtiin PnniEli objected to the pressing forward tf such a bill at such a period of the session". The a'r.es l"Ecr., hoVever, were agreed to, Mr. T. DrscuMPE c - lled tho attentwn of the Hois to .a" breach cf privilege, co - iniittcd. by Mr i'oiir., m writing r.1111 a letter 01 a menacing cna ra.ier, on the Fubjeet of the statements which he hd.rnale ia that House about Mr. Dowiek's conduct and tharacttr Li cisscxi'ia with the recent ailairscf Gnorn.fwy. Sir.?. CiuniM fv.ou'ht'that Mr. DfycoMEE. con - ?DrC.VTIO.V. - A married. c!errian, truster tf Vl(jt.rIrl;. thjsortof cxpre - Jsiorts he had used respect! l I iTaTmw tie B - .t.: - ' - J. - ioo(l oT L - r.d. 1 . . . .. .... .. ire; - ir. iiohrke, was naraiy cntii:ea m lairncis to iT : uia'ce this complaint.' r. 15p.otuertuS :. - jed toknow whether Oovern - SKINJ .Cttt. . ESTATE, St - l' - iit - as. Xo ti - f Ma . T c?iu!a"w. TjT ravm. if"".!c. .. tbe kirl!'t.' Etu. wi . itrvt iMUrliwr". - J. lhr - t:ri. Ut - cr. W raJgr, ti - SliViyrf A'afiAirrniT.I.'at t - l - t T t.:be r. trrrrj.:;. : - TTVTKT'i u. wr fmr:r!.iiirt.C,OXTRACT ' f LITJTJVUMJ KLLPlNa ia RCPAir. - re - J Pl'lXlr Lll ' n: t - . TLrtiiari n.,uirod ti t xrrd4 f a lb ,.!a a:i I.; ci'r. - iartieii rUa'.iict. tbe f - rj - .! c:ci - act. irwr ic utjc - r. .r r;l' - eai;t" - ". - k, a. uatT. Tie C .i"i "r l - "n. t rd t. K.:,U.aft. !l5. Mtr,!rT. J0U3 llOXI" riXi).!.'. . . fia - i! - trrrt. AC23I ",l'll Ori I. tf.t I' r - ! - . t. - i i UJ In. h rf l.k. 1 1 dl .tdt. rbo o; l'ri'lLljrL"tiir.t..iii - b a i.iii t. A4J. - to L. . r ar :Bnrf. t - ij - , - tj lvrTr - t i, rxfv - J rtrecf, wtrje c - ri f urn. ai., tr - r i.: raj r rMaird. . Jr,r... - - 5, - - , - j - rs - - mcLt cunten;p!ated anv further mcasurvs tending to - T71DI . ATION, near Stamford - hnL iOL.fi . - j lh i 1:.: cn (f'0 niivi r unisbmont He re - JL!i LAT'tr.u - . - VB.ArEi a4 ixsTKfiTTDia Kner.h ! wara tne atiuicn ci capi.ii runisnment. lie re .. - im - . rrvarr - b - at B.e.r.irie.4 - .iu.nd , fcrrr - d to the late acci - knt at Nottingham, where 12 T' - 'rr.l at 1'fi ''4.:i - L.t are t - i, ra. . Oai are m - . a:, t tro u..a u - i , : u:i - n - .' IM. Tke ted r..a - oai - ,. . - . l :t pA.: itn; j iiiT. - rs a - . - 1 it !ejCrp'i - t !" I - ITWCTIOlv .! hirhlv. iicu.:i LiOAi.iJ - 11 1X1 . 1 - - iT ibrVS CETTLEMtS. . LT i't. T ,i rx - v. y ito"L. Tl - t ii. - ' .nlj - H. - tm ar , . 'itrX it " - v. icrtfi:1::. tin cr "t - . ro? If . i lis ltnr. - ; tbecaTttact !r ' f e - rrnji. .v b u I i if tl rrto. i xar. : - .tii a rrt.iart:7be.iDtiti. !, Tbo ltnei" atraTr - r.t a'. ir rv a:;, ab - b. iel:n.l. - VI; 1 It . r.t - 1' I'ipilM tho! r br" : tt 1 r.rj . CMoWaerbo."aotia.rrtar - w - .tbt er Tc - ' I' - .i'ia.1 1:. t no, tt.ei aif iio. ai - - r i - .j - r !r. - i. - .t, A f.r,rT aifl r1 rit in .ar rtttr , J' .1 . .' . M'.T.'.fot. Wrt ttr - T.M 1. PKXSIO.N'SAT FRANCA1S. A rairritfi Frtnc!. Pr. - ! f - .t,..T. - .. a! mhiosi rmdrfc.a. : - I.. r.iii.i - .1 kitivf Cvt"1 i rtrt laatii, Vf: ' ::n.i:4 .u.r PVPILrj ui v arfwuiir. !i - re rr. - iv.JF,! 'r .:v - 5ti. - : tv - b.fl.;.t t". tra - ".. trt am rat I. . ti i an U - afT't. 5 - Barti' ,i - r:i, R ;'uin.J.flarrtr., TrWKXCIl EDUCATION. In a - !ac; e - taWi - h ' . rsrc - , a't - !f ati. e"!aU I r a FrV - .rb Ivlr. - . P vlti. - i - t . ' a,'. i - ''. - it yrb!l Uaetn, tb5 re .VAC A S crt - t t - rr - re I ; PIL A J.Jf or li coalda'"1 - " Tvrt a. - ri - r l. Jt - ' TCKlrtl. - UT::. .Ailrve. t IJ.d.. .1 - ';.' .;Vn.:j . ; - .. li rr.. - vi - t. O.f. rl r - . 0119'; f'.T LIITLK BOYS, war Kichmor.d - II j fr - A. anvred. l - j as eTT - n - '.r - - - . tbit aiit ivi. - rivr ti"r';brT Tmfe.l : s k - .air.a I j lrafB f - r fji - ''1 - Ba rttj in feturo t '4iA". t: trrc t tie Ti:i' XIViJ . - 1 I'TUi 1MT. U - l,!uiit u r"v. .:t 1 - ,f. r iii! ttrT.'i.fi - !'. " Aj - I ' i to M. A . fc . aV f! .V r.,t J - is " - A I Jsi - .; A LADY, a m - mber of the Churi" of KriglATjd, !. - . - t f.ri - r - - t.V:.rert I T aad r.u i.. - r J ) &r ? prions were tr::rr;i:e4 to death in a crowd as - fenil!rl to view an " - xtcution for inurdeT. Sir J. Cr.Aiu. siiJ, that Government had no such intention. . The calamity which had been mentioned might tvjuiUy have nccirrcd at a race, a Bho',or any other meeting where Urge' numbers cf people were a'semUcd - Aftcr one or two' other matters hal been dis - joed i.f, '" Sir J. Gr.AiUM iniiverl fnr leave to bring in a bill !jr tho amecdment tf the law tf setilcment in Pg - 1 - r.d. Ia.tbc lat year there bad lwca alwut I'.'.ohi wJers of removal tX'.euted, allecting alwut :i.j,rno rxrson?. - Tliat word " rcm'jval " involved a crcat a'nount cf huiaan sulT'rio?, from the breaking up of - urt j'lJdai.iode, ha'at", Jid connexions. He proposed to ; repeal a!! the statutes relative to this matter, which r.'Va Vli IVO' Hiinlat aRa r . t ? rrrlui. a..dr.. rr - t t Ti"tr. twilr.n;;. ;! c id.'. t. i rt w a nor.r. . - - toi! - ii . : n .y r el4"i n i, nrcrj. A ia:e n avcj ;," 'US rrit." - ' j .o lt.! - i - tl - t: a - :tn t 'ri.? - Of 1. ,t ' . t tl - W !U f. .':. r .'.r. T AX J TAG K1. 1 i ijiltocian yF.tim, J tr - - - . A ikj ;. vci loora".. ". r rii l.i I u am - ir. tie . - ....l .i - 7 - il kt - w: .f a: - ruM !u - VAz. tevtitw. Tw irtrr. n l.i rrrat if K.r." - - - . Rent a. M. H'tA YLK.AI , a - t - : tt f run iSJ j - iat t! Oif - tJ. r.M i. Kil 1 rec. l - i.. - I iai..jt . i r.jrfti.it. . r i - )i. acl ui u b lai ar Tn6MLF.Y. Kent. YOUNO XJaret: - rjj ! OAiWIl) an! PP.EPAUEH Jar pu: ! A1 an - : aiUeu - f - !T e rj.1 anj rsrrraa e tpp:tii.Wi. Ij a - .'.r ri:rr - - ..! f '. if - rLTi'rra'"! lasli:' ttrru ,:h .j.Ii. r - - - - i liirmvi li4ra. ir.etb n.jC".. iB:rt Jf. 1. ..: dn war. at in - .'idd to an of ibe A;L r - l'j c i . .r.io. 4 ;alo atK - U'ti tbol - tbaud I u. i. - ' i - '.uf. A4dru I - tSa R. P.. Br. h - r.t. 7TIS LKON'iUA : GEAUY, lrof. 1 ii,.. . - ... tS r; jii lar - '.Wr, tsvrT - - .f c - - . - jiMttt.eili.i - .ra - ' alinaji - r of th .! A. f - l r - - t!r.r - .1 eL .ni. a !1 tf l. - :1L. ba. t'" a ir.t . j - i'ti t r. - .y and rf . ti - it a. riiii. ' ' d 1 1 - 1 V ATE l.lf)N - . - if .. j ,, rzum 1.' - : - o. vtxt niraU.i !;! m i , rjt s a - rl2eanf. ""T'r W.v l.ir. c.art '.t.r ' i - '. u:ful ablkaiW,'l.t - la - d .'l.tf Jaou - ai. - I VVarr. rvj.,Aor4 "Eiai b - .t lr .. '' f.rVu V - w..'d !nha - . ai.J;ol. ' MANOIi. - U 'U - E SCHOOL, Upper HoHowty, t?Mi.' iii - v - w - i errjirni aril tlearara Br a . . - or fT.cr.aat rr. . Ae.' 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J - Sl. i 1. b to a VirUru'trtj tbatnoi. ! between ?yi and - 10, and to legislate wholly de tij. ;. j.h eul.K - ct divide r itself into three parts e"lcment, removal, and arrK - aL Existing settle ment"?, on which an enkr of removal had len made, he would not. disturb, but he would ordain ttat all UK'dss cf acq'iiring future settleinentri should be ibilisted, except ly birth ? and that where tho Lth - p!acc t f the pauper could not lie proved, his ra'tlcmer.t should be that of his fithcr ; or, if this ould not 'jO a?rtiine i, of his mother. This simple mc tf ddtrniiiung the question of settlement v.o i!d put an end U. nyicli litigition. Secondly, witi rypjrect to removal, heprojioscd that several el' - ises 'of persons should be irremovable every one who ha4 resided in or near the same parish for rive jnr ;'cTery wilrjw who, at her husband's dentb, had Ucu r.t''!'"11 liiui in the place cl hi riti - mcr.t ;' every widow during the first twdve ninths from her husband's death, whether the had Uen residttit in his parish or not ; I every t - irsun ccjming cnargeawe irom ticsness or CrINTLEMKN Ja,f - ',:i,:cilT' cu eavwi nave ii.ti:ieuj rcuei ior lotiy C 'tiWCUilve uaj6 : no icuiau: tinm aiier us father'iidth, should bj removed under 10 ; and no illegititarite child under 1, should be removed from it in'othtr. Thirdly, he stated some checks which i - - u. - conttroplaUd to impoe upon the appeal to the (".viter. tfSiong. The session w!i:ch has now virtually closed will not add much to the national reverence and adection for our ancient Parliament. It has barely half fulfilled the premises of an opening speech which pro - mired very little indeed. In tho midst of great cvcr.ts, great distrcsjcf, and great disorders, it has cherished tho apathetic virtues of the countingcounting - house or"ff,the study. Tho world has been doing and suflering'as much as ever ; but Parliament co'ild scarcely have done less had the world' been ttanding still had all the floodgates of misery and passion been securely and finally closed had the universal race of man attained to the cold perfection which the economist fondly imagines. Some tilings were inevitable. Routine cannot be avoided without a positive euort,, special obligations become due, appointed periods return, and events' are sometimes too clamorous to be quite neglected The banking question came uncalled for, and could not 1 put oil. The principles and authorities on which it was met were almost tx recognized to be matters of choice. The Three and a Half per Cents. were ripe for reduction. A . budget inspired by all the liberality of a surplus and all the wisdom taught by long defalcation, could not but hi assented. to in the main. There were some smaller matters of the same kind ; but very soon the list begins to flag, and it is difficult to discover from results what Parliament has been doing these six months or more, even of the most ncccssiry and commonplace character, And now for matters a shadij less unavoidable. Something was to be done for Ireland. A Commis sion and the lips of Royalty pledged the legislature to interpose between the possessors and the occu piers of - that miserable country. The pledge stands over for another, perhaps not more propitious, year. A reform of tho Irish regit ration, sweetened by an extension of the franchise, has been debated, but no more. Nearer home anpther clas3 of relations, as liable to abuse, required amendment. Some hundred thousand women asd'young'persons asked the com mon patron to befriend their weakness in the crowd;d market of labour. The Commons struggled hard and long to bo just and kind, but ultimately yielded, not without dishonour, to the claims of capital and party. Tho New Pwr Law could not be maintained as it was. Some of its enormities had become the plague - spots and scandals of the nation. They have been - salved over. Verbal amendes have been lavished, substan tial remedies scarcely and sparingly allowed. Tho wealthier class has betrayed its prejudices in the cause of the poor, tho stronger sex its jealousies in the cause of the weaker.' As little change as. possible has been allowed in the law ; and if Ministers have made any real ccmccsMonryt has been avowedly to the organs of public opinion, not to their own sense of the necessity, nor yet to. the wishes of the Common. Our inveterate and irremediable quarrel with the Colonial' Assembly is left where it R A paternal Legislature is contented to hope for'prescnt peace, and acti:ipitc a final separation. In its religious aspect the Eeasion is, to say the least, qivocal. The Distenters' Chapels 11:11 acci dentally legalizes what successive generations of good men have felt to 1 the worst kind of sacrilege. The Established Church ha met with rather indifferent usage.' To suppress a bishopric, against the all but unanimous remonstrance of Churchmen, has been declared a sacred part of the Royal prerogative. It has been considered politic to allow more than a hundred union workhouses to remain, as now,wifhct any regular religious service and attend - ai.ee, thftugh into each of these buildings aro accu mulated, froni a dozen or more parishes, hundreds of &. Jdn, though without much of the interest or unity of that rtm - rkable relic. But the seisicn has not been without its Godsends in the way of discussion. Nothinz so precious to a Minister as a succession of topics, novel, personal, misleading, tending to. no kind of practical result, aadNraiting in void indignation the dangerous energies of the fiery Commons. Such were the thousand and dne slips, bungles, and mischances of the Irish State trials the peppery Attortot - Oesekai. " the great Mon case " Messrs. Hzathcotk and O'Drix - oll and a dozen other topics as good for the time as Alcidiades tail - less dog. Some of them, to be enre, were damaging, or at least would be so with a less obsequious House. Such, for example, were the Post - office discoveries. Something remains to be told cf a mere than ne gative or a merely frivolous character. The Com mons having suddenly to make its election between the Ministry and the West Indian planters, with a very ill grace gave their vote and their honour ta the former. They have rejected some pet bills of an ex pcrimental character,one of them the semi - Ministerial attempt to tighten the legal relation cf master and servant. They have disfranchised Sudbury, made gentlemen of the turf wards in Chancery, adopted a fraction of a strangely ill - concocted railroad bill, and postponed to next session the bill for appeal in criminal cases, the bill for facilitating enclosures, and how many more we cannot at th; moment call to mind. . Lord Palmerstox's speech cf Wednesday night contained the usual amount of cleverness, somewhat uselessly expended. On certain subjects he ought to have found out that he is beaten, and has no chance of making an impression. Lord Palmerstox may talk to the Speak eh or write to the public " from " July to eternity," but he will never shake the set tied convictions at which all dispassionate observers of foreign events have long ago arrived on such sub jects aa the fall of Epartero and, the treaty of Lord Ashrcrto.. He tried long ago, when men's feel ings, passions, and understandings were alive on the subjects, and he failed even 'to carry his own party with him. It is fruitless to hope that he can do anv - thing but excite a weary grumble at " Palmerstox's eternal Madawaska by recurring to them now, when men have settled the questions to their satis faction, have forgotten many of the arguments by which they were persuaded, and don't choose to be disturbed. If these questions were a confessed " raw" in the sides of the Ministry, it might be right to rub it. But they are not ; and nothing that Lord Palmersto can say will now establish them as such. Everybody is perfectly aware that Estahtero fell because he had not the tact and energy to govern his countrymen. To tell m that a man who was cast oil without a struggle by the " prowneitmientd of a whole nation on whoso behalf not a hand or voice was raised who had not a friend to . stand by him, or vigour to stand by himself, and vanished the moment that Spain had an opportunity of ascer taining its own mind who did nothing in office, and I in the very crisis of his own and his country's for tunes took refuge in Ul ; to tell us .that such a man lost his Regency because England advised him (which it appears she did not) to yield a point of etiquette to a French ambassador to tell us this, and to repeat the charge year after year, regardless that theomraon sense of the public has dismissed it as untenable, is a piece of pervcrcness unintelligible from a politician of Lord Palmer - Eton's tact and dexterity. To trace Espariero's downfall to the visible withdrawal of English sup port, is absurd. It was not witudrawn ; though it might have been a good thing for him if it had been. The suspicion of foreign ' influence was one of the main causes which operated to produce his ruin. Iord Palmertox thinks like a Frenchman, lie seems to suppose that the mere name and tit rto of his country is to act like destiny, and sweep all before it. An ex - Foreign hecretary should be better ac quainted with the jealous character of the Spaniard. he same must be said of the American question. Public opinion has settled it. Lord Palmervtox and his very small clique form the solitary exception to the universal feeling that what was done was well done. Questions which the noble Lord had failed in dealing with nay, by meddling with which he had kindled a Uame which he (happily) left his successors to extinguish the - se question? have been set at rest by what is agreed to be a reasonable compijomise. Lord Palmerstox and his organs will say this is not 'agreed, but it is, and will remain so. It L nothing to say that war is not yet escaped that fresh questions have arisen which may .yet lead to that lament - abla result. It,may prove so; and if it does, Lord pALMEutrox will have a little more to say than he has at present. But till that time while we are yet at peace and negotiations in progress the Ash - burton treaty has fact3 in its favour something is done, and that something is at least an earnest of more. The accomplishment of much that foiled cr escaped 1 - ord Palm erst ox, is at least a good rather her own wrong, the French Minister applying f0r concession Itcause the French people are rjreaon - able, Let us concede to equity to generosity to friendship to expediency ; bat let ni not be call'd cn to coaoede to blind and ronmitigable hatred of ourselves, and that cn the very score of itt im practicable violence. We do not suppose for a momentfar from it that Lord Aautnexx has any such concession in his head. His speech of yesterday evening may be taken, we hope, to imply that no abandonment of British rights or honour is in contemplation. Bat fas "1 cr 4 loeti Lord Pal - mirjtox's words convey no unseasonable warning against allowing oar friends to make fools of us. " If a doubt," hi nys, u rt U for the rnter - rt of this esantry it is for tae latirtit of France herself, aj well u tat tha Intern - cf the world that - G:ot ihooU remain Minister of France; bat in order that he may do to. to Minlrfer of this country haj a right to ucriSce either Us in tere.U or Hi honour. Whst is the conseraeaee of pnring another course I When qnesticcs ariac Vetwees the two eona - trie! when the Britiih Government withes that Kmething should be done, er wmethins refralne from all that the French GoTermaent hare to do in order to tveid compliance ith the deind is to set tie to - callel war party, or tae Opposition newi papert, to abue them , and to rail for their xpuhion from cQee. The effect upon the French Gorern - meat will be thie they will come to the Government of the right hon. baronet, and represent that if they are to be can celled to do one thin;, or are rerpured to refrain from Join another, their exiitencs will be endangered; and then Her Majetty'iMiniiten rt eiter acrce the intertit of their own country for the poxpo of nrii; the GoTernment ef France, ortkey rat abaa Ion that course of policy which they hare deliberately thought it expedient ts adopt. The English Ministry have not been guilty compliances which Lord Palmeestox attempts to fix upon them. Bat his portrait, if it does not accurately represent, at least sufficiently resembles, the French Cabinet, to furnish very useful matter for reflection. Let us remember that while M, G flier's civil and military agents are extending r rencadominion in - uorocco cn the baboon river at Tahiti at .St. Domingo he cannot claim any ex traordinary ruppcrt as a pacific and unambitious Minister. He may wish ta be such, but wishes are no sufficient substitute for acts. Let us know with whom we have to deal with Gnior peaceable, or with France belligerent. If he can control his sub ordinates, let us deal with him as a friendly and honest statesman. If they control him, we are obliged to - deal with them as we can. than an evil augury as to what remains undone. poor ore at", res in especial need of spiritual care, The! The French occupation of Algeria is no credit to clergy are not reinslated in any of their tncieiit ' anybody, SUCh as," It is, it has been shown that presidency in the administration of parochial relief. To other religious bodies some boons are given, some promised. Penalties, disabilities, and anomalies are cleared away to their taste. A hint is given and reccivcd.that Maynooth is soon to receive an augmentation of rnk and mcans a measure, '. however politic, to hazardous to tho credit - of an English Minister, that he may possibly find it ne - the Whig Ministry were respor?!': fir it. raring their tenure of office it was that the intention to retain that territory was unequivocally manifested. Even had no protest been raised in advance by their predecessors no pledge been extorted from the Ministry ef Charles X. the hands of Lord Pai - With rcipcct to Scotch and . ccffarv to vindicate his Protestant principles at the Irirh paupers in th county, the re w - as ; in stkr.d f.r Ireknd. Hie would nrofaose. " ust 1 confessed that neither the poor nor the hfi - A - ..virt!.atfcr fbe future a Scotch or Irish tiauncr shot ' 1 be" er.t to the place nearest to the t pot of his birth ; and that an appeal, as in case of an Erglish removal, iould thencefirth be admissible, which would impose tome check tipiri t! c practice of loo ligb'ly TPmyringthe Sctch'and Irith pctfr. Mr. Ha u rtpreseLtcd the miseries endured by ira ineri in their tranoi. fro - n England to Ireland, and esrressl bis h tl.at provision would be made ' in the new lrill rt - niiut these hsrdshipsr' Mr. Br.oi!iui;.,x end, that this measure, though it uiizl.t pr.iaps increase the burdens tf the maim UlttRJt .'Ml'. b ta - vtUttsU w. A - !1 1 - . - . VlTAr - tro. t.ld i! Re ,.OIri - i : - :.. - .m.,j E11MA" vul ENGLISH 1'P.OTE.STANT ll.t, lo - yL. 1I:. tA'.. :.; - 'aSlirtmirtU, viiit' i '7 Vviiiot Ac' 4. a.W ."mi'I MJ "'a " iur - . w th, i - rtS of Of - . - - J. M W KX '1m l r - tirfl uri.i - l i.ttf'.. - arirrt . am. Iwi.il.'.i Jim c. ,,:; r..! ..i - ' - .t - J. ; nrjr iauvi v - ..'j - - ma4i:ar JlutL Aa edieUn a.fbT! ,1, - I . . m - t 'k - i nl trUaja ..4 .1 Kit - lua mi - n,: m. ' .. - .n.r.' - i Ct lie aert oto.r - f...ri tU ll - f it. j .A. Vi j VfTT Tl WFUI) - .I S,tl ; J M4a.i Aie' l - r uaiv - !'.r;bTra. - '.' - ' tad etB . - . at M. miti ll - rx ar 1 lt - iV'e. 1ST. Hacst - clcrgy have much voice i"i the Legislature. The numerous bits of universal suffrage in the old borourli system, corrupt as they were, seem to have cflccted that tirtual reprebtntation of the very - poorestpoorest which the theory as well as practice of our mixed constitution rcimires. The lowest unit of th'e present political tyntctu is a 10. householder ; all c - low are nullities. We arc living under a timocracy. Parliament showsthe result. It.islosing ycarby year all that is pious, generous, and sympathetic ; and adapt fact inng dit tnc. - . was m pnnci(:o a .just cn - : to line inx more and ni0ro thc instinctgof a millionaire, the TWjtad tLerefore he was fsvourhbly d.spoie to ,. rf a and lhe methoLl of a poIicelcan. Mr. V...KM.Y bt - lievcd that the increase ef burden I me pjcaoi tciag a pcriect representative system. euail ' Mr t !Kiai , Ri ) J Eie r. WRITING, lW - krvrats, Ac Persons of any 4 - e.t .' a trt wilTIXO, i la 1 - bt l.m fvi!re would be ;.t.ler upon the agricultural districts ; and c - insidcring how the uovernment were circum - stariccl, - he thoiSht they d0Tved great credit for their courage He approved the course r.f thus introducing bills at the end of a session, tib.: printed, circulated, and well Cjiidercd Lcloro U.cy.anould ic enacted. Mrr - Wvp. hope'd t)iat thc GovcrnmeLt would take thc cucstion tf Irish paup - . - rism into their consideration. Sir J. CauuM wiblcd to have it under: ''ood that in thus introducing roeanurcs fi.r deliberate consi deration durins the recess the Grv;nimc.nt evinced not only thc einx - ritj - r,f their lclief that thctc inca - eures were coo J ;.nc.'. but likewise their vLIliDirncs.s to Lave any errors corrected, u nuoubtcdty the principle .jBrUJSaBaMaTc. wast the wliole unfavourable to ,. - oarw.U T rrireTrw4Ta,. Art..U5 o a ,t - - ,,.1 i;.ria - f Ki nonr Imrri frirrn hfinrr trio d fznuiig - '! ..QtM - 1 1 1, l?nar. ! r:..e lr 4inaTj ra - 4ul. .' - n - ir .. t if ' ' i"i, iixiiWi.'e'ont - ., rf..tl;r.l, ae. A: , .f u Kt. Um ax, a; e inaUli - t rer.t. ycafT - e - Clwrt MTiaa. kadia to P Martia'a K - 'if. Tl0 allUAD WRITERS. Mr. CarEtalrs, of Cl, I r"7, lar!rf riai4 n.Ura af VitHiLtjKt. :AI'.f. f 11 f rilanai f LtSSH .Id U latin aad tae Ursa.ii U aa , ao that It. wont arrtutfi, and em tLaai be eaaaota - rtteata.L irai U.rwlied U okvain a nitx It u.i cm - U e pea r abortoet (oaabta bsx. Aiuaisme aca CtasrWixn. - 7V ' irjiIIM. riJ4acasaa..ajow 4taa. the rural districts th poor lorn there being the labourers who replied the pv.puhticn of tho towns. With respect to the removal of Irish and Scotch paupers, the bill would be found ta contain a clause for the regulation of it. Tnre havinr? ljcen civen to introduce this bul. Sir .T. r.miiiM wked leave to introduced a bill for regulating the appointment and payment ofdcrki of the pease and other cEccrs cf thc quarter it is rejectinfc that paternal character which proceeded on the. fact that thc mass of the people could not speak or act for themselves. It Buppoacs all people competent to protect their own rights and intercuts. Thc Premier u lias an eye for a man ;" but then he must be at least a lOi. householder. He has been charged with not looking beyond the Avails of Parliament. Tin's is not strictly true. Witness ! his celebrated Jtitum that the battle of the Constitution must be fought in the .registration courts. Pursuing the inquiry into thc doings of the ses sion, we como to the annual motions. These arc little more than the anniversaries of the respective subjects, or the holy days of their regular movers. Tho feasts of St. YiLiiias, St. WirxC St. ConiiEi, St. Bkothertox, and some others, have almost their day in the Parliamentary almanack. Lord Joux Rvsscll, in virtue of his place in theAv'hig hagi ology, enjoyed more than an octave of diicussicn on Irish aflairs in genend. The House celebrated him . ia a debate a lengthy and circuitous as the 7e7 i mer'tox and his friends were free. It was at least open to them, if they thought it expedient, to de mand the relinquishment of the new conquest. But, more than this, they were bound (unl.i3 the interests of Europe demanded an unusual tenderness) to occupy the ground of their predecessors1. The Tory Ministry had shown them thc way had indicated and prepared for them a position of resistance. Thc Tory Ministry, acquiescing, as was natural.in the d struction of a nest of robbers, had, to say the least, carefully provided England with a basis on which to oppose the permanent occupation of the. country, That resistance was whollybmittcd, and during the 12 years of Whig rub the French possession of Algeria became ifait accompli. The consolidation of Algeria is by permission of thc Whigs, and not all the ingenuity of Lord Palmerstox will show it to be otherwise. On these three points Spain, Aericsyand Africa Lord Pii - MEiuTos's speech wasr a mere beating of the air. He may talk, but nobody will attend to him. With regard, ho - A - evcr, to the present posture ef ailairs between us and our angry neigh bours across the Channel, there is Loth in his tone and in his wntimcnts much with which we cordially ajrec lie does not 1 .hour to shut thc door against honour - bio compromise, cr to pin thc Ministry to the full extent of their firt t strong expressions. But he dees require, and rightly, that the English Minister shall demand justice for England, without further respect to the difficulties of M. Gcizot. That Minister must take care cf himself. If hevcah not! rule his countrymen, it is not wortbS - our while to tako care of him ; and if he can, let him restrain we do not say tho war party we do not say the Opposition newrpapers, but his own officers and emplojtt from unrighteous violence. But at any rate let ns see where we are let as have no fast and loose let not France take advantage cf Status: ov His Rotal Hionxpas Pkixce Albert. A marbl ttu of ilia Rrral Hirhne; Prince Albert. executed t - T the eeb - bnted aculstor WoLS. w landed at the St. KathenneVdocai on Wedneslay afternoon, out of the .nipMary Kiilirway, from Leghorn; and tie Kara Uigti - rait the cate ccntainin; the itttce ta be dehvered ta the Pnnee without reinj tr - TiolT fmened and examined b their oceri at the docks, it will be forwarded to Windaor eaf tie tbii morning fcr examination. rRt3iAX rcxix. Uerlix. Auc. 3. St. Schuld Sc, Three - and - a - H per Cfnte, 101 2 3, bilU, 101 1 - 6 money. X - zcnar. - e on London, three montaj, 0 ;J 0 :,. HambcrCf, Ang. 3. Pricm of Foreiox Kriw. Aurtriia Kre per Cente., billi, 113; ,Ban Share, bills, 1,650 ; ItuAian - EnIish Lean, biCa, 111 ; moaey, 1131: Fire ret Cent. HambarL - h Certificate, "billi. 105 : money, 104 2 5 ; lit Scries Iucription. 103 ; Uope and Co., Third and Fourth Scries, tills, iij ; Ditto in Certificte, biih. - , fSi ; Xew F ur per Cent. Here and Co - bii,Wl ; money, 901 ; ftiei!iU, billi, tOi ; money, &0J ; DuUh Ac tual Debt. Two - and - a - llalf per CenU - bU. 60J : money. oe' ; apawm rire per tnta,, tu:, n j; traaua ihxee per Centa, till", 33 ; Engliah Loan, Three per Cents., billf, 8oj ; money, f& ; Portuircee - EngUih Loan. Two - aad - a - Uf per vent., vuu, - uamourg jimtchAaiLr, rt 3. Utrrcu Fcxds. Amsterdam. A nr. fi. Actual Debt. Two - anl - A - HaU per Centals! to Ull; ditto. Three per Centa, Til to 71 ; ditto, lire pr Centa, 9Dj to 100J ; Amort. SrnL, tour - and - a - llal I per LtnU - , W to 8V) ; ditto, Three - and - a - llalt per Cent, S7 to S7j; Con - mercial Company, Four - anl - a Ualf per Onto., 1U ti 11IJ ; ut India Loan, Four per Cent, Mi to S3 ; Ditto, Fire per etuf., to iuuj. zcuasze on London, li Vl two month, 11 K ; citto, on Ilambursh, 15 20j ; tw month. 35 311. Dutch vokti. Atu. 7. iho .uarquis and - uarchioncts of Londonderry Kite a errand jtt, yesterday at their villa residence, Rnae - tianx, ruam, which wu honoured dj ta presence of Hu Itoral Uuchrts the Duke of Cambridge. lf,r Rosal IJiirh nets the Ducbeu of Gbcettcr, His Royal Ilighneia the raniiirriie ox - iiectienDursh - Btrtutz. hu 3ertn Uihneit i nnce t - uward oi aaxe neunar. ana a narBrrom circle tf the nobility. The Hu was for tha ostrnaiblei DurDcae i - f afforJini the d'utiulhed lluaaian dir.Iumatut (Jorint esMlrode an opportunity of meeting an aamblag of the KnRliah aiutocracy, the nob! Mariuif, with whom Count Seaselrode has Ion; been on iniicuto termi of friend - imp (and in lerM with whom ae was Irequcntlj associate durirnr the f Sn'.icentil war), dcairinz to oner the same as a compliment to the iUustriouj ter. The company incladeel al! the principal nobUitT at present remainuu in town. anv o f the r,j JipltimaH'ii' nl seTeral distiguiahed foreignera. Uoscbaiik Villa is delightfully situate on the banks of the Thames, jt below llammersmith - biidze. The srincinal apartments orn directly on a portico covered with irr, com - mumcauns with the lawn, at ttie extrerty of which qowi the iiuiuca.iiiuc pwcbu vi iuc vvw.9 u e vooacrvatorj, w uica on uu occu.a was co - .T - ncu into a srranj Pin - juetun roonvfwhere covers were laid for CO persons. The bard o the pblj MarTuii's rtaiment (tho 2d Life GurlaX .under the drrtcUon of Mr. Wsetxi was in attendance on the Ltwn, aud p'jjed k series cf popular airs durinz break fait. The afierr - oon beinz fine, the central company promenaded in the grounds, whieh are exceedingly pretty. A majority ot toe Tijitcrf, nowerer. aueii tnemseiTes DT uaaciaz la the principal apartment of the villa, where quadrilles. w lie's, and tae roiaa iucceeded each other until alter ! o'clock, when the company beztn to take their diparture the Doke ot Cambridge accompanyinz his illustrious ri - tire tne fuchess oi uioceeter te her residence at hew, where the noble Duke sub9eiuentlT dined. vomm uxicatiox. with Ueloium. To the credit of ths Belgian Government it deserve to be recorded that to their public tpiril, backed bv th entercriw and aciivitv of the Dover. Railway directors, letter were for the trst time de'ireTtd m Lor.. Ion on Tueidav inonunz from all puts oi Germany, which, under the former arrangement, would act hare come to hand until 2t hours later. This improved facility is a', present confined to letter from BcLrmm. kc : u is honed, however, that the Encliah P. otEce authorities will make oniul use of the aJrantize offered them of expeditiiu letter to Ee'iriam, by forwardinc them hj - lhe return iteambonts which now leave Direr for OsteniTcnunday and Thursday, days hitherto un?errtd by pachetasof any deieription. The Dover Company have placed the Vrieeeu Mary fa this duty, and from our own personal experience of her merit as a fait boat, and the excellent accommodation ike posartseA, we have no doubt the will prove herself if ait Superior to un lat - iauici i ijnceM iu on tuo aame station, ice Prince; Mary made Dour cn Tuesday la five hour and seven minutes, having encountered a very rough passage, aad an adverse srale. The Directors of the Dover Company, to render their plans complete, have, we see by our airtrtirinz columns, determined from Sunday next to put on an early train to Dover, staxtinz at half - past 5 am., the Frin cea Mary proceeding on her voyage on the arrival of that train atj Dover. London w Urussel ia one uav wui necome as com mon cow, u London to Pari will when the Boulogne line. lor the iwrmauon oi whica a coweriu company, unstr tae ausp'icet sf the Dover Company, has been formed, shall be made - Ikdia and Chixa. The arrangements made for extendisz the communications with India ami China, alluded to by the Chancellor ol the Exchequer on t iiday, are un - o:rucd to bi: aa follows : There is to be a commanication with Bombay as at present. The ritIndia Company's steamer am to leave, ttombay on tbs. lit or every month. Tke ACCOUCIIEXENT ITER MAJlsfy opficial Brnirri5. v E"h Mowing appeared ia a second edit TiVa of yUnUy - The foUowin - j bulletin of ner Hajcetv'i ti!iv was issued this turning : Vi " WINDSOR CASTLE, Acqcst 8. igu 8 o'clock a.m. 8H 1 The Queen has slept perfectly welL ' Her Majesty aad the Infant Prince are go. quite favourably. "JAMES CLABK, 5LD. - CHARLEd LOCOCT.M.D "BOBEltT FERGC805, J, (From the Court Circular.) WINDSOR. TanuatT Her Royal Hiiknesv tkejuchea f Kt Ttd . Quen and Priace Albert yesterday evening. ' Their Royal nighnesse the Prince cf Walr. Ih Prr. Royal, and the Prince Alice were taken an airine - hi epeo earriaze this morninz. Ia the afternoon the Royg auj wrre iuco in i&c - arueaa. The Ilia - Mr 8tanley and th Hon. Mis Ha MaiJs of Honour in Waitlnr on th Qaeen, left the Castie this raorainz, the former for town, and the latter for St. Leonara. The Marpi of Onaonde, Lord In Waitinz. and if. Ormsby Gere, Groeo in Tfaitinz, on Her Majesty, also look their ceparture iron the Castle to - day. A number sf tae nobility aad gea try called dhirinz the Castle to make ineuiry after the health of the Qrtem Amtmg them were the Manral aad Marchlonea of Tho. mond, Sir Edward and Lady JHsbrowe and Aav Disbrowe, int iicu. jicnrj ana .ra uioouciiere, iJy uttn. vi. Lieutenant - General Lord Charle Manners, LorJ Georze 3fanners, Colonel Sir George, Lady, and XM Con per, Sir W. Frtmastle, Mia Uervey, Mis HerveyE.. Uurtt, Captain Copeland, S,th Couateis of Bison, the lien, the Dean of Windsor and the Hon. Mrs. Ilsbart Coloeel Wood, of Littleton; LleuteTiant - Colonl Tioraa Wood. General the Hon. Sir William and Lady LrirryB the Hon. Emily King, Captain and Mrs. Forbes, the Be IL J. Gould, te Rev. Charles W. Enyvelt, the Hon. W. and Mrs. Fitrmaurice, the Hon. Henry and Mrs. Aihley, r. liar court, xr. and r. HoDert Ucaling, Captain aad Mrs. Bulkeley, and Captain Howard Vyse. His Royal Highness Prince Albert rode out on horichack the afternoon, attended by .Major - General Wemys. merry In Waiting. The Prince returned shortly be fort J o'clotk. This evening the Queen Is going on in every respect at well a possible. A bulletin of the health ef Her Majesty U dally test frcra Windsor Castle to Buckingham Palace, and It ahown at the Porter' Lodge in' the South Wing, as well a at the Ecfrrr't door ia Pim lico. The Duchess ef Cambridge, the Hereditary Grand Duchess of Mecklenburgh Srrtlitt, and the Princess Mary. left town yesterday evening for Kew. The Dak e ef Cars. bridge, the Hereditary Grand Duke ef Mecklenburgh Strelitz, and Prince Edward of Saxe Weimar, honoured th Marchioness of Londonderry with their company at the fete given at Rose Bank yesterday. In the evening the Duke of Cambridge and th Grand Ih proceeded to Kew. Lord Stanley returned to town yesterday Iron. Tacbrvln Well. Despatches were received yesterday at the Coloniatofice from thc Governors of iHbraltar and the Mauritia. Amonirat the company present at Her Majesty's theatre last night were, the Duchess ef Cambridge, the Grind auie ana - acnes oi juecaienourga. c trait a, ana rrince Mary ef Cambridge, accom panted by hi tixceUeney tt Austria Am bador, and Lady Augusta Somerset; f r.xctiiescy xoai esKlrode, aceompanieil by his Excellency Baron Brunow ; tb Russian Ambaasador Ccunt D. Neasel - rode, and Count de WiUkmtky, occupied the tien Dowairer' dox ; ine ite and uuchea 01 isea ort,tru arie et Clanricarde and Worcester, the E jls of Leesdile, Pern, broke, and St. Vincent, Count de KoudriaStky, Count Eit - baxy, Count de Crevelli, tc FORZt OF PRA TJSR A.D TUAXKSGlYlXa. Tie following i the form of Prayer and Thatgiviiig to Almighty God for the safe delivery of the Queea. and tht happy birth of a Prince, to be used at morning and evening lerrice after the general Thanksgiving, la all Churehe aad Chapel in England and Walts, and ia the town ef Berwick - npon - Tweed, upon Sunday, the 11th dayef August int,er the Sunday after the reipectiie ministers of suehCharch aad Chapel thaU receive the same : O Merciful Lord and Heavenly Father, by whoa rrv ciou gift taankind is incrcaael, wt most hambty offer be to Thse our hearty thank for Thy great goodnea vouch safed to Thy people, ia delivering Thy temnt tax Sovereign Lady the Queea from th peril ef childbirth, and giving her the bless g of a ton. Conua t we beseech Thee, Thy .fatherly care over htr; support and comfort her in the hour of weakness, and day by ds j mew her strength. Preserve the infant Prince from what ever is hurtful either to body cr sou ; and endue Lira, at k advance ia year, with true wisdom and every Christian virtue. Regard with Thine especial favour ur Queen and her Royal Coxrort, that they may long Bv together ia eojoyme - .t of all earthly happineai, aad may finally b male partaker of everlajtiag glory. Implant In the hearts of Tkj people a deep sense of Thy manifold mercies, and give as grace to (how forth our thankfulness ly dutiful affection to our Sovereign, by brotherly love one toward another, aad by constant obedience to Thy cosamanrhnent ; to that, paa - iog through this Bfe in Thy faith and fear, we may ia the life to come be rectWed into Thy heavenly kiagtn, through the merits and mediation of Thy Blessed Son Jctui Christ our LorL Amen.' Hatmarkct Theatre. This theatre, thstigb closed for the seaaoa on Wednesday evening, wa opened last night fx the benefit ef the Society of - Danctrs nod Teachers of Dancing. The bill ot re presented a mcfanor, affording some thin - , palatable to all tastes then was the play A Curt for Lore, the datcinz of M. St. Leon, from the Italian upera - nouse, tae urce oi Jrriif, and the a amorous f itravsrianxv or the tup - r - w Footman." rn which Mr. Wieland went throuzh hi SOann evolutions, and kept the audience ia a roar of - laughter, Ths bouse, without Being a crowded one, was wen uaeu.ana whole or the performaace were receivec wiia ut app they deserved. Tn uir Destei'ctivr Fiae stia Gbatssbxb. The following account of the - disaster we have rvan - d from an inspec.ioa of the ruins, and from eonrerotirt 'ia Tariou parties during th eourt of yesterday. At th aa of the outbreak the wind blew strongly from the touth - wesL The flue of the cottage, occupied oy one i Jr. no aw is strrants, took fire, and flakes of flame aV t upward bta t air. Contiguous to this ctiUaze were two ethers sccopie with mai is. Ac. for ear x. ard the Government is to rroviJ e sKsmers to convey them from Alexandria to Marseilles, j ku lo r ttrrert5e presented a most shxkins? swctAcl. 3d cr i:'a of eitry month. Another or imn - diate lice of commnnicatiua is to be performed by the steamer of the Oiiental Company under contract with the Board of Admiralty. This liue will leave Calcutta about the iOih of every month for S - Z. can - ; at I .,i,. . .k. nil tkFon - v, a chirk iixthe rrf. MAdras andPoint it GiLe, in Ceylon, and wUl arrive at 1 auth - wnt end. and set fire ceosecutively to the iud J Suez ixTao autsli Oivs alter Itavmg Calcutta. From Siex .a, . of barn a T thamai wLlbirritd acrtm .tzypt to Alexiirb, where ! Blri(. upvrard of 200 feet long hy M?rfcJ they willbe eraaiked in the Oriental Company' steamers wj; were stored sevenl quarters of i wheat, aud beta f "'"""'' :"r' v' ri - i la aa immense itacK, were piled oou.ir.ra. they wul amv about the 21st of every month. There will w,jt or tn18 wet, destroyed. Th are then saissa T thus be a cemmunication twiee'a montrt with In - l a,cner the produce of 12 or 13 acre of new wheat, which vii iwmoay, ami tae omer to i:c oirrct. n iia xne i - ,v - ,j j. lamentable to ace U yi u" " Iticxa. w hen tae thatca causa, are wut io""" 7 named James Miller, aged 7 y - ara of age. Wilham Kotoer, 1?, Georre Oyerright,lS,arThomun auinz, acr - . by entering the houses, to sav part of the Ppty ; we, wle they were doing so the Waxing thatch fell u W upon them. Three ot them were so severe!? burned tax was found necr - ary to convey them to the I nw - hff j a:r .i: - ..; ...i it aVhvk. yesterday morning, James Miller died. When taken from tj r " trouser were completely burned off to the waistband, asJ his lower ettrrnutie presented a mos. snocains Z Keeder and Watang are now considered out sf About 2 o'clock, whilst the above cottages were borni?, tlix'cj spark wu driven by the .violence of the win! J rletely over the extensive ore bam oionino . - 7. moa's residence, at Queen's Farm, which, ahtm P"f J "V Srched to muder. Anotner iarze? s'" - 7' 7 . .,,. conneet - 4. AUne ot 'teamers it alotbeprr - yidel by the 1 mat quantity ol oat and beans, 30 feet by 15 fH " Oriental Cupany ta run between Ceylon and Hong hong, j north t a. t corner, is also destroyed, as ai ! a w3" aad to touch at Vcnang and Sirgapere. Taese wiU take , J,e KUtll ttable. the horse from whicli tr?B,3 from arj deliver to the Calcutta steamer at Cejloa the j noTej nhout the zrr - - st dirBculty. But by lt i" T China mails. By this arrangement th rreper - ince will 1 tXte - Te fire reiuliod from this latter oorriici. tie t ran ami tied teiwern iiid 1 asaL,aicur in vcr t.oir 1 . - . rn iv. ..inii. ar.m'.ies oau and bttweea Lond m and Uong Kcz tn 13 days. Tje C - ttIj In0TJ King' Farm. heme. cult ail servite is to wraiaence in January n - it. In con - adioining the new line of railway between ,w,e! nexion with this s jb.iect it may be mentioned that there r a Eocbester Here the deatractioa wa most aia.Iyn,Plr' report of accnvcnticn wita iuehemet auior tae saie transit The old farn house mhabited by labourer aoi oiaoi w of the maus I dz spedilf settled. ... I tumher of 1 1 perss as, w desoUted ; a heu - house, f K llANOVXR, August 1. tne mw irsporjat piece hone ttable, awsggoaWge, large w - hew aw. of newt in cinruL - bn her U, that Brxati.k wi - hiraws ranrr.'and anoeber four horse liable, were alt " - J11.?". . frora the Frusrsn Custo mi Unn, which w posilirely be at ; grouL aad al S o'clock yesterday afternoon, - irw tear - '0 - t.x 11 wtbii i oif., .ma 11 i'iibm me 1 ir art i mmti wm wawumi onion reservfd to itsvlf the option of declaring at Michael - 1 building had a frontag leait of 190 'TZLZjLi lxing it ranctirjn with the salon fcr ' of wheh wa about W feet. Lnfortonateiy 1,M,tT. v yesterday by explonng the rain, wax "V, , pertthed, ana W been FT... tbio VilF Af .if KT nTTRff an unlimited time, 00 giving ncuce aa laas uate. or 01 en - : tirely withlrawiDt; at new tear, 1310. liruntwict. It U aid, hat new dr riled oa the latter, being convinced that th present state of tMngt must lead to. its ruin, kreg as Hanover and other States decline joining the union. s!nr BorxiAaUe, Aurmt 3. Tub latk Acdext at Pasjs, Among the per se aspayxiea in toe crowa, on tne nice de la LVcorue, ta ta (ate, had U not happensu tnaa aacy t time before turned into th marshes tomxe. A , pw ofeM - neofOeorgB?ett, with Joseph "JSf Hope, and P". har Icet their att. "ffjl etccrternat - a aa iwre V." 4 asu'r - of Folicc ifaticHal . vrich Vaiost lreroe.