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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS.—FRIDAY. The Marquis of Normanby gave notice'of his intention of Monday next tocafattention to the late military insur- rection at Athens, and asked whether the Government had received any information as to the answer given to the Ionians who went to the British Legation asking for protection, It had been stated in the newspapers that protection bad been refused. Earl Russell replied that he knew nothing of any such refusal. Lord Chelmsford withdrew the Jurors' Remuneration Bill. The Marquis of Clanricarde moved a resolution de- claring that it is expedient and necessary that judicial statistics from. Ireland similar to those from England and Wales should be annually funished, and that a person acquainted with the 11 ish Courts should be attached to the Home Office, and that all possible facilities should be afforded to such officers by the authorities in Dublin Castle and the various law Courts of Ireland. After a short conversation the motion was agreed to. Their lordships then adjourned. MONDAY. Earl Granville, in reply to an inquiry of Lord Lyveden, stated that the Canadian Parliament had not yet made any adequate provision for the defence of the colony and that it would be impossible for England to take upon herself the duty of defending it unless the Canadians themselves were prepared to give a helping hand. The Fortifications (Provision for Expanses), the Nuisances Removal Act (1855) Amendment, and the Public Works and Fisheries Acts Amendment Bills were read a second time, and several other bills forwarded a stage.

GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY.

HAVERFORDWEST MAR K^TTT"

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