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DENBIGH LUETIC ASYLUM.—MEDICAL…

FRIDAY.—MARCH 10TH.

MONDAY.

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TUESDAY. OCSE OF LORDS,âThe St. Phillip's Church (Liverpool) Bill was read the third time and passed. The Earl of Redvs.laie fixed the second reading of his Oaths Bill for Tuesday week. The Settled Land Bill and the Conveyancing Bill passed through committee, n.4 did also the Slate Mines (Gun- powder) Bill. In repley to Lord Stanley of Alderlev, the Lor 1 Chancellor said that he couli not see his way to re instate on thecommitsion of the peace Captain Pearson, who had beeu con- victed of bribery. HOUSE OJ- C(I.ImoN-s. The house dii not ad. journ on Tuesday morning till four o'clock, having in the meantime passed the votes for the number of men for the army and the money for their main tenance. When the House re-assembled in the in the afternoon a new writ was ordered to be issued for tlie -lartirrvort Boroughs, Mr Lewis gave notice that on Tuesday he would move for the issue of a new writ for Oxford in the place of Mr Justice Cftitty.

WEDNESDAY.

FOOTBALL NOTES.I

HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

LLANDUDNO.!

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BOARD OF GUARDIANS.—FRIDAY.

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