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SECOND DETAINER AGAINST THE…

GOItllAM v. THE BISHOP OF…

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,…

HOUSE OF COMMONS.—THURSDAY,…

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HOUSE OF COMMONS.—THURSDAY, MARCH 22. CANADIAN REBELLION. Mr. GLA DSTONE inquired if instructions had been given to the Governor-General of Canada as to what course he should pursue in case it was proposed to him to allow the introduction into the House of Assembly of any bill giving compensation to persons im- plicated in tne rebellions of 1837 or 1838. Mr. HAWES said that, no instructions whatever had been given to Lord Elgin in reference to such a bill, or in contemplation of any such measure. Mr. HUME wished to know if the compensation of £ 100,000 for _L rebellion losses in Canada had not been recommended by a com- mission. Sir G. GREY thought it would be better to postpone any answer to such a question, and afterwards (in considerable agitation) ob- jected to the reading of some resolutions, which Mr. Gladstone proposed to do, as it would give rise to a debate which would be out of order.

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.