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HOUSE OF COMMONS.—TUESDAY,…

MINISTERS' MONEY (IRELAND).

TIOUSE OF COMMONS.—WEDNESDAY,…

TO CORRESPONDENTS. I

OTNGIIAM versus CALICO.—SOLOMON…

CARDIFF.-

THE "GENERAL NOTT."

NEWPORT.

SWANSEA.

FONTYPOOL.

THE NAVIGATION LAWS.

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poverty »t ComiHUght, how could it be ju.t thai the tax-payers oi ttie u,iite(i kin,dotTl stiotil(i c()iitril)ute to that relief? Mr. STAFFOKD, with reference to the scheme of Sir R. Peel. which he acknowledged had occupied a considerable share ot at- tention serosa the channel. thought it was due to the people of Irttlar.d that, before this discussion closed, the Government should distinctly state whether or no they had any intention to carry it out. This remark drew a smile from Sir George Grey, at which Mr. Stafford appeared to be somewhat m-ttled. He then repeated his (-all for an explanation of the extent ot destitution, and the calculated amount of the rate. Mr. M. J. O'CON-NI'.LI. suggested that the tenant should be allowed to deduct the actual amount of tire rate he paid from his reat, and the landlord to deduct the rate in proportion froiu in- cumbrancers on his property. Some explanations were interchanged between Sir George (hEY and Mr. STAVFOUD respecting the construction to be put upon the smile of the former after which. On the motion of Mr. NAPIER, the debate was adjourned until Wednesday. The House then went into Committee of Supply to vote a sum for excess upon Ordnance expenditure beyond the grants. The matter wa-T explained by Colonel ANSON" and A:ter a few remarks from Mr. HUMF" the vote for £97,98-1. was agreed to. The other orders on the paper having been disposed ol, the House adjurned at half-past twelve o'clock.