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NAVY ESTIMATES. Mr. WAUD proposed to obtam voted for the excess in the navy estimates. Mr. HPME protested against proceeding with so important a mat er at that time of night (twelve o'clock). The House had voted ;E-20,000, the amount of the estimate last year, for the ex- pense for arming and enrolling the artisans of the dockyards and tue excess in this item was no less than £ 52,000, the expenditure incurred being t,2,000. He requested that this vote might be posiponed until Friday, in order that he might bring the subject before the House. Sir F. BAKING was understood to say that the votes could not be postponed, but, After a few words from Colonel SIBTHORP, Mr. WAIID consented to take a vote on account, in order that the hon. member for Montrose might have the oppoitunity he re- quired. A vote on account was then taken. The Larceny Acts Amendment Bill was read a second time, after a bnef debate. On the nomination of the select committee on the Marriage and Registering of Births, &.c. (Scotland), bills, a division took place o« a motion of Mr. HUME. that Mr. Hasti's name should be finlwtitu.ed for the Lord Advocate's, which was negatived by iiJ to 4. The House adjourned at one o clock. ,o;¿,t:<r::o.t:t" :?'W;

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