Lord BROU GUAM, in moving the second reading of the Amendment of Evidell ec (Scotland) Bill, said, that eminent body the Faculty of Advocates of the Scotch bar at first entertained great doubts as to the expediency of extending the visions of the Law of Evidence Act, which had r
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(Continued from page 497.) Sir D. L. EVANS moved for leave to bring in a bill to alter the scale of duties On carriages, the scheme of which he explained, arguing that it would not reduce the amount of the revenue, but, on the contrary, he doubted whether there would not be a gr
The County Elections Polls Bill (Scotland) passed through committee. The second reading of the Judges' Exclusion Bill being moved, Lord PALMERSTON said that there were good and valid objections against the measure. On general principles, the doors of Parliament ought to be throw
On Saturday afternoon a large and important deputation had an interview with the First Lord of the Treasury at his officita residence in Downing street, on the subject of cheap colonial postage. The deputation included Mr. Thomson Hankey, Mr. G. Moffatt, Mr. A. Caldecott, Mr. J.
WE have not a single apology to offer for negro slavery, and the term slave applied to any class of persons in this country is distorted from its proper meaning. We have no slaves. Therefore when writers here mention "the white slaves of England" in the same sentence with negro
Gearge Oakes Asbury, Birmingham. Improvements in the manufacture of dowls used in joinery. John George Truscott Campbell, 13, Lambeth-hill, Upper Thames-street. Improvements in ships' propellers. David Stephens Brown, 2, Alexandrian-lodge, Old Kent-road. Improvements in engines
THE DUBLIN EXHIBITION—The works at the Great Exhibition building are progressing so satisfactorily as to leave no doubt of the strutcture being completed and all the arrangements perfected in time for the opening on the 12th of next month. An authorised contradiction of a rumour