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" IVotices to Correspondents*I

WEEKLY CALENDAR.

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I . THE MAYNOOTH PROVISION.

, '\ Recovery OF SMALL DEBTS.

REPORTING LAW-CASES.

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MR. VILL1EUS' MOTION. In point of numbers, Mr. Villiers had two less this year than last, in favour of his motion but any triumph on this score is ridiculous, since there were seventy-four less to vote against him. Besides the more sagacious supporters of the present system, in- cluding the Ministry, well know that the process of public opinion is not to be tested by the division list. It is notorious that the present House of Com- mons was in a large proportion elected upon protec- tionist principles, and it is equally manifest that an immense alteration in feeling on the part of the pub- lic has taken place within the last four years. The division this year was characterised by the accession of Lord John Russell, Lord Ebrington, and Mr. Cavendish; and the Ministerial defence, the weakest ever made, was, in effect, an admission that the question of time was the chief point in differ- ence; in fact, that "as population increases, protec- tion must decrease." The free-traders have but to persevere temper- ately, and to attend to the registration, and they may reasonably anticipate success at no very distant period.

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

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ABEKGAVENNY.

MONMOUTH.

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CARDIFF.

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RHYMNEY.

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SPORTING.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

TURKEY AND GREECE.