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CONGREGATIONAL SINGING.

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- HOUSE OF LORDS.

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HOUSE OF LORDS. THURSDAY, AUGUST 25.-The Ecclesiastical Lands' Bill went through a committee, and with the New Beer Act Amend- ment Bili, was postponed until Monday next.âAdjourned. FRIDAY, AUGUST 26.-The Birmingham Poor Bill, and a Divorce Bill, were severally read a first time. Lord Aberdeen said he understood that government had con- sented to lay before the other house of parliament communica- tions relating to the recent affairs on the Tagus. He wished, therefore, to ask the noble lord opposite if he had any objection to lay a copy of those communications on the table of that house. Earl Grey--N ot the least objection. The bills on the table were then forwarded a stage, and the -house adjourned until Monday. MONDAY, AUG. 29.-The Marquis of Londonderry moved for accounts of the expense of erecting the fortresses in Belgium, which after some discussion was agreed to. The Duchess of Kent's Annuity bill was read a second time, and ordered to be committed to-morrow. The Bishop of London presented petitions for an alteration of the Sale of Beer Act from certain clergymen of the diocese of Salisbury, and from the society in London to promote the better observance of the Lord's Day. J Adjourned at half-past seven o'clock.

. HOUSE OF COMMONS.

THE HARVEST.

CORN EXCHANGE, MARK LANE.

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