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THREATENING LETTERS TO THE…

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HOUSE OF LORDS.—THURSDAY,…

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HOUSE OF LORDS.—FRIDAY, MARCH…

ARMISTICE BETWEEN AUSTFJA…

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ARMISTICE BETWEEN AUSTFJA AND SARDINIA. I The Marquis of LANSDOWNK was sorry that the Parliamentary ;■; •papers relating to the war in Italy could not be L.icl on the table before Easter. The noble marquis also informed the House that the new King of Satdinia had concluded an arrnisticewith the coin, mander of the Austrian forces, with a view to further negotiation* and arrangements that an agreement had been already made by which the duchy of Savoy had ceased to be occupied by the Aus- trian troops, while the important fortresses on the frontiers would be garrisoned by Austrian and, Piedmontese troops; and that plenipotentiaries had been appointed on both sides to conduct the future negotiations, in the hope of their leading to the establish- ment of a permanent peace.. The Earl of ABERDEEN was delighted to hear this intelligence, in which, if true, he saw a fresh proof of the moderation displayed by Austria. After some further discussion the matter dropped, and their lordships adjourned.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.—FRIDAY,…

NAVAL EXPENDITURE-EXCESS.

RATE-IN-AID (IRELAND) BILL.

HOUSE OF LORDS.—MONDAY, APRIL…

HOUSE OF COMMONS.—MONDAY,…

THE IRISH CHURCH.

COLONIAL POLICY.

COLLECTION OF THE MALT-TAX.

RUSSIA AND TURKEY.

PUBLIC BUSINESS.

SUPPLY.

RATE-IN-AID (IRELAND) BILL.

HOUSE OF LORDS.—TUESDAY, APRIL…