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SECESSION OF THE .REV. JOII…

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HOUSE OF COMMONS.—TUISDAY,…

HOUSE OF COMMONS.—WEDNESDAY,…

FINANCIAL REFORM.

SMALL DEBTS (IRELAND) BILL.

.INSOLVENT MEMBERS BILL.

HOUSE OF LORDS,—'THURSDAY,…

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HOUSE OF LORDS,—'THURSDAY, M.RCH 22. AFFAIRS OF I I ALY.. The Earl of ABERDEEN moved for certain papers relating to the renewal of the war in the north of Italy. Now as the armistice had been terminated by the King of Sardinia, and hostilities were on the eve of commencing, he thought it right that their lordships.' should have some information as to the steps taken by her Ma- jesty's Government to prevent the renewal ot war. He had ano-< tiler reasori for bringing forward this itit)tion, because-he thought the course pursued ,W ,Government deficient in sound policy as well as in the ordinate sense of justice and good faith. The King of Sardinia, throughout the whole affair, had been the pggvessor; I but it appeared -{-hatiier Majesty's Government interfered with the just right of Austria to govern her own subjects. The noble earl concluded by traying.that if his noble friend told him that the,cor, respondence for sfthk-h he moved could not be laid on the table vaiJb convenience, .he was perfectly ready .not to press for its pro- The Marquis of LANSDOWNE had heard the conclusion of hi" noble friend's speech with satisfaction, because the production of the papers for which he had m >ved would at the p esent mmient be attended with inconvenience. He insisted on the warm desire of the Government to maintain our ancient friendship with Aus- tria, but at the sanu time to preserve the closest relations with France; every paper connected with the aff.ii'rs of Upper Italy should be laid before the II >use at no distant period. Lord BROUGHAM-expressed his delight at the declaration just trade by his noble friend, for he thought th it Austria and France were our best allies. As for the King- of Sardinia, he was more an object for pity than blame his troubles were oaly beginning, since he was in the hands of a set of implacable tyrants, Itaiian rebels, led by exiled Poles. The motion was then withdrawn, and the House adjourned at eight. ————

HOUSE OF COMMONS.—THURSDAY,…

MOLDAVIA AND WALLACHIA.

HOVSE OF LORDS.—FRIDAY, MARCTI…

HOUSE OF COMMONS.—FRIDAY,…

NEW MEMBERS.

PETITIONS.

MUTINY BILL.

THE NAVIGATION LAWS.

HOUSE OF LORDS.—MONDAY, MAIICII…

HOUSE OF COMMONS.—MOXDAY,…

THE NAVIGATION LAWS.

THE REV. JAMES SHORE.