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HOUSE OF LORDS—FRIDAY, APRIL 30. Lord R desdale took his seat on the woolsack at five o'clock* The Earl of Malmesbury said, in explanation of his remarks, with respect to General Rosas, on the preceding evening, that oo order to receive that personage with official honours had been given, and that he had not been relieved from the payment of the customs duties, but that a general order io receive him re- spectfully had been given.-A short conversation ensued, and the subject dropped. The Copyright Amendment Bill passed through committee, and the Exchequer Bills Bill was read the third tima and passed. Their lordships then adjourned. MONDAY. The subject of removing the I ransatlantic packet station from Liverpool to Dublin, Has brought on by Earl Granville, who was desirous of ascertaining whether the change was to be made, as the Lord Lieuteonut of Ireland was slated to have intimated a wish to see it carried into effect. Lord Mooteagle moved that memorials to the Treasury on the subject, be laid on the table. This was agreed to. The Copyright Amendment Bill was read a third lime; and their Laidsliips then adjourned. TUESDAY. Lord Lyndhurst brought in a bill to remove the disqualifi- cations of Jews (especially referring to Mr. Salomon's case). Lord Campbell rejoiced at the measure, the noble author of which woald go do*n to posterity as the emancipator of the Jews. E .rl Derby would not oppose the introduction of the measure. The Marquess of Lansdowne expressed his pleasure at its introduction. Tiie b: 11 was read a first time, and their Lordships adjourned.

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