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HOUSE OF LORDS.—THURSDAY, MiRcn 29. STOCKPORT MAGISTRATES. Lord STANLEY presented a petition from Stockport, complain- ing that certain local magistrates had been appomted for party objects, and for the pecuniary interests of Mr. H. Coppock, lately town clerk of the borough, and brother to the Mr. J. Coppock. The LORD CHANCELLOR defended his appointments, as made in consequence of representations from Stockport that an increase of magistrates was necessary to facilitate the transaction of the public business of the borough. The matter then dropped, and the House adjourned.

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