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HOLYHEAD.

HOLYWELL.

I .LLANDUDNO.

COMMISSIONERS' MEETING.

MOLD.

ST. ASAPH.

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES.

THE HUMOURED DISSOLUTION"

PARLIAMENT.

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PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS.—THURSDAY. Lord Beaconsfield returned to the subject of the capacity of the port of Batoum, and s-ated, on the authority of the Hydrographer of the Admiralty, that not more than three ironclads could take up anchorage there and swing clear, even with a limited amount of cable and in fine weather." On the motion of the Premier, seconded by Ear: Granville, the house adopted an address to the Queen, assuring her Majesty of their lordships' concurrence in a measure to enable her Majesty to make farther provision for the Duite of Gonnaught on his marriage to the Princess Louise of Prussia. Progress was made with a number of bills. HOUSE OF COMMONS.—THURSDAY. Anwcring a question, Lord Sandon said he was in communication with the Home Secretary respecting the serious loss of lire from boiler ex- plosions, feeling that further inquiry should be made preliminary to legislation, if necessary, next session. Mr Gladstone gave notice of his intention to move for the production of the secret agreement between Lord Salisbury and Count Scliouvaioff, but subsequently withdrew the notice on it" being stated that one of the Powers had objected io the publication of the correspondence. Sir C. Dilkes amendment to the motion to go into committee on the Queen's message, relative to the ma::riage allowance to the Duke of Connaught, was defeated bv 320 to 33 and the proposal of the Chancellor of the Exchequer granting £10, U(»1 per amium, with £ 13000 a year to the Princess should she sur- vive the Dnke, was agreed to without a division amid cheers. The House afterwards proceeded to discuss the Irish Intermediate E lucation Bill. i—■—1 do

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