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HOUSE OF COMMONS.—FRIDAY, MARcn30. A large number of petitions were presented on various question's. OATHS TAKING. Mr. OSBORNE said it appeared, from a statement in the public journals, that a lady named Warren had last week been com- mitted to prison by Mr. Justice Williams, at Exeter, fur having refused to be sworn before the grand jury. He wished to ask the right honourable gentleman the Home Secretary whether that lady was still in prison ? Sir G UIH'Y said he bad received no official information on the subject. He certainly had seen the statement to which the hot,. gentleman referred, and he believed that the learned judge, having consulted with Lord Denman, was of opinion that he had no dis- cretion m the matter as the law now stood but a bill was before Parliament to obviate the difficulty in future. He might, how- ever, add, that h« had seen a statement in the public papers of that day that the lady had been liberated.

NAVAL EXPENDITURE-EXCESS.

RATE-IN-AID (IRELAND) BILL.

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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…