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MASTERS IN CHANCBRY ABOLITION BILL.—The Lord Chancellor's hill, which is waiting for the second reading, to abolish the office of Masters of the Court of Chancery, and to make provision for the more speedy and efficient despatch of business in court, containe 58 clauses. It is proposed that the first four Masters shall retire on pensions at Michaelmas Term next. Power is also given to the Lord Chancellor to release the remaining Masters. The Master of the Rolls and the Vice- Chancellots are to sit at chambers for the despatch of business, and chambers may be provided for the judges. The Matter of the Ro) s and every of the Vice-Chancellors respectively, when sitting in chambers, 9hall have the same power and juris- diction in respect of the business to be brought before them as if they were respectively sitting in open court." EXEMPLARY SABBATARIANS.—There are two bantam hens in tl.e possession of a lady at Plumitead, which have each laid an egg every moming for the last eighteen months, except on Sunday; and never, during the whole of that period, has an eggbeen found on that day in either of their nests.—Oxford Chronicle.

EXTRAORDINARY MURDER AND ANNIHILATION…

LONDON CORN EXCHANGE, WEDNESDAY.

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AGENTS FOR THE MONMOUTHSHIRE…