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J. G. & F. RIVINGTON;
LONGMAN, ORME, AND CO.; JEFFERY AND SON; J. M. RICHARDSON; J. BOOTII;

BOOKER AND DOLMAN; J. RODWELL; SHERWOOD, GILBERT, AND PIPER;
HAMILTON, ADAMS, AND CO.; G. LAWFORD; J. DOWDING; WIHITTAKER
AND CO. ; SIMPKIN, MARSHALL, AND CO. ; T. LAYCOCK; AND H. RENSHAW.

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CONTENTS.

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CHAPTER VI.

PARLIAMENT.-Select Committee appointed to consider the Constitution

of Election Committees Bill for the Disfranchisement of Stafford

passes the Commons— The Lords resolve to take evidence in support

of the Bill-- The evidence failing, the Bill is thrown out-Modified

Bill of Disfranchisement rejected-Writ for Stafford suspended till next

Session-Transactions of Mr. O'Connell regarding the representation

of the county of Carlow-Petitions on the subject--Referred to a Select

Committee Report of the Committee--Motion that a Breach of Privi-

lege had been committed, and Amendment that the Report of the Com-

mittee should be afirmed-Mr. Hardy-Lord John Russell—Lord

Stanley-Sergeant Wilde--Sir F. Pollock—Sir R. Peel-Amendment

carried-Motion of Lord Stanley rejected-Report of the Dublin Elec-

tion Committee unseating Mr. O'Connell and Mr. Ruthven-Petition

against it refused to be received—Bill to remove the Civil Disabilities

of the JeWo-Motion in the Commons to expel the Bishops from the

House of Ipids-Mr. O'Connell gives notice of a motion in the Com-

ions to alter the Constitution of the House of Lords-Withdraws it,

and gives a similar notice for next Session-New Houses of Parliament

-Motion to cbange the GtMotion for a new Competition of De-

signs-Resolution carrigato admit Ladies –The estimate of the expense

of admitting the rejecteel!

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CHFAPTER VII.

AGRICULTURE.-Appointment of a Select Committee of Inquiry-The

Committee makes no Report--Motion in favour of Agriculturists in

reduction of Taxation-FINANCE.-Motion for the Repeal of the

Additional duty on Spirit Licences--Motion to Reduce the Pension

List - The Budget-Reduction of Stamps on Newspapers-Motion to

reduce the Soap Dutics in place of them-Clause requiring all Pro-

prietors to be registered—Struck out in the House of Lords-Bill

droppeil by the Commons as being an altered Money Bill—New Bill

brought in without the Registration Clauses, and passed.

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CHAPTER VIII.

COLONIAL.--Discussions regarding the Mauritius-Motion for Reform

in Canada.-FOREIGN RELATIONS.-Interference in the War in Spain-

Violation of the Neutrality of Cracow-Discussions on the Power and

Designs of Russia--Motion on behalf of the Ministers of Charles X.-

Greek Loan.-PROROGATION.

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CHAPTER IX.

IRELAND.--Exchequer proceedings for Tithes—Municipal Reform--and

the Peers--Formation of the General National Association--Resolu-

tions regarding Tithes – Tithe Affray_Poor Laws–Urper CANADA.-

Opening of the Session-Proceedings and Demands of the House of

Assembly-Disputes between the Governor and his Courcil-Resig-

nation of the Council-Addresses of the House of Assembly-The

Supplies Stopped - Prorogation and Dissolution-Defeat of the Re-

formers New Session_LOWER CANADA.--Demands of the French

Party- Proceedings of the Governor-Address of the House of Assem-

bly to the King-Refusal to Vote the Civil List-Prorogation-New

Session-Answer to the Address of the House of Assembly The

House insists on its Demands, and refuses the Civil List-Prorogation

JAMAICA-Police Bill--Act in Aid—Message of the Governor voted

a Breach of Privilege by the House of Assembly-Prorogation--New

Session-The House of Assembly adhere to the Question of Privilege

Prorogation-New Session---Breach of Privilege Admitted—Address of

the House of Assembly to the King Change of Governors. [294

CHAPTER X.

France.-Opening of the Session of the Chambers-Settlement of the

Dispute with the United States,Address in favour of Poland-Con-

version of the Five per Cents.-Resignation of the Minister of Finance

- Motion for entertaining the Conversion carried against Ministers-

Resignation of Ministers, and new Ministry formed by M. Thier's~

The Question of Conversion Adjourned-Commercial Legislation-

Beet-root Sugar--Finances-Resolution to Abolish Licensed Gaming-

houses---Jury-law-Attempt on the Life of the King-State Trials -

The Conspirators of April--Fieschi–Alibaud–The Days of July,

Dissolution of the Ministry-New Ministry formed by Count Molé-

Liberation of the Ministers of Charles X.-Death of Charles X.-Mili-

tary Insurrections--Attempt on the Life of the King-Algiers---Mili-

tary Operations against Abd-el-Kader -- Expedition against Con-

stantine.

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