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Deputation to the Home Secretary.

The Reform League and Mr.…

Great Meeting in the Agricultural-hall.

The Victoria-park Meeting.



Hyde-park. Although the Reform League had most extensively placarded and advertised the transference of the in tended meeting in Hyde-park last evening to the Agri- cultural-hall, Islington, as early as five o clock. m t afternoon a large number ot Pfr6°ns,ha<Lci?even in the t>ark about the Marble Arch, and at seven o'clock several thousand persons of airclaises iiad asr sembled, while a large number bfad,MaPT^e Arch sitions in Oxford-street m front of t>e Ar"J: There were no extra police on auty ia the par* but one constable was to be seen now and then^rolling on the top of the archway, and taking a nark and the people. It was known, however, that there was a very strong body, both of tho monnted an foot police, held in reserve neces- neighbourhood, in reaamess to be caneaoutif nec sarv All however, went on peaceably until aars, at which hour the crowd rapidly thinned, and there was not the smallest indication that the peaceof park or the neighbournood would be in any way ais turbed.

Meeting in Bradford.

The Reform League and the…