lAoloel 1 I ixfirj to 2zeeeils'• represetaratiill in -4 • I I col I Iment here, I should say it was the system rimed uy the Government for years in the 14i/bastion for the colonies. It has had the effect of tlrtpleiely destroying the vigour and embarrassing l e exercise of the ex
Ifiet . pl 1 wefe character, representod that fifteen ha- Sir, that the Government furnish the Governor, and throu the Governor the executive council with their views, obtain asdistance . _ iu tying them, as a branch of the legislature, into effect, making by amendments the enact
and 'SPEY] HEIFERS of the same age, for prompt paticen, J. GRIFFITtIS.,: • 3 S St. tieorge's, June 7, illia. —, ENGLISH HAY.:, T HISUB SCRIBER will furnish EngHAI \ of the very best Quality and in Quantities, to r, Purchasers, at a reasonable Rate, deliverable at during the appr
In answer to a question from• Mr. HAWES, Lord J. RUSSELL said that he would give regular notice before the bill for the continuance of the Poor Law Act was brought forward. The Bankrupts' Estate (Scotland) Bill was read a third time and passed.
THE MISSIONARY SHIP CAMDEN. Intelligence was received at the London Missionary House on Saturday, from one of the missionaries who went out with Mr. Williams, and several others in the missionary ship Camden, that the Camden safely arrived at Rarotonga the beginning of February l
BURTON ON TRENT.—The Rev. W. E. Buck, late of Harleston, Norfolk, has accepted the unanimous invitation of the Independent church and congregation in this town, and commenced his stated labours there on the first Sabbath of this month (June). HALSTED, ESSEX.—At the Baptist chape
MARK-LANE CORN-EXCHANGE. MONDAY, JULY 1. The weather has been exceedingly cold during the last few days, and in the commencement of the past week a good deal of rain fell which is believed to have injured the growing crop of Wheat. At this morning's market we had a very scanty s