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HOUSE OF LORDS.—THURSDAY,…

HOUSE OF COMMONS.—THURSDAY,…

HOUSE OF LORDS.—FRIDAY, MARCH…

ARMISTICE BETWEEN AUSTFJA…

HOUSE OF COMMONS.—FRIDAY,…

NAVAL EXPENDITURE-EXCESS.

RATE-IN-AID (IRELAND) BILL.

HOUSE OF LORDS.—MONDAY, APRIL…

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HOUSE OF LORDS.—MONDAY, APRIL 2. After a lengthy explanation between Lords HAHROWBY and EGLINTOUN respecting the sanitary and moral condition of the Poles domiciled in England, The Marquis of LUisDüwNEmoved the third reading of the Mutiny Bill. Lord BROUGHAM thought that he should be in order if he asked whether the Polish general who had acted as Commander-in-Chief of the ex-King of Sardinia's army had been recommended to fill that office by the British Government? The Marquis of LANSDOWNE replied, that neither the Polish general with the unpronounceable name, nor, m f ct, any one else, had ever been so recommended by the British Government. The Earl of ABERDEEN, considering the manifest partiality which had been shown for the King of Sardinia by the British Government, was not surprised that such a notion as that referred to by Lord Brougham had got abroad. He hoped that the Government would leave matters as they now tood, and run pro- long the war by any lurther attempt at mediation. Let the French Government interfere if it pleased but, for its to interfere, who had to complain of pledges unredeemed and treaties violated by Charles Albert, was an idea too monstrous to be seriously enter- tained, unless we intended to eiitel-taifi the wild notions oi M. Le- martine, that the treaties of lbli3 were for us no longer m ex- istence. The Marquis of LANSDOWNK repelled the charge of partiality towards the Sardinians brought by Lord Aberdeen against the Government, and begged the noble earl to wait until the papers relating to Italy were laid before the House. The Ea I of ABERDEEN warmly repeated his accusations against the Government. After some further discussion, in which the Earl of ELLEN- BOROUGH and End VITZWILUAM took part, Lord BROUGHAM reminded the House that they had wandered far from the order of the day, which wai the third reading of the Mutiny Bill. The order of the day was then read, and the Mutiny Bill, the Marine Mutiny Bill, and the Indemnity Bill were rtad a third time and passed. Their lordships then adjourned.

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…