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THREATENING LETTERS TO THE…

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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…

HOUSE OF COMMONS.—MONDAY,…

THE IRISH CHURCH.

COLONIAL POLICY.

COLLECTION OF THE MALT-TAX.

RUSSIA AND TURKEY.

PUBLIC BUSINESS.

SUPPLY.

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SUPPLY. The House having resolved itself into a Committee of Supply, and a vote of £;)0,000 for the new Houses of Parliament having been moved, Mr. OSBORNE said, he wished to draw the attention of the Chan- cellor of the Exchequer and the House to this vote. Already itus hid exceeded the estimate by £ 800,000. He hadjieard that these Houses of Parliament could not be finished under less than £ 3,500.0 0. Mr. HUME thought it exceedingly desirable that, before thf-y proceeded any further, the House should be provided with an esti- mate of the probable expense that would be required for complet- ing the works. Mr. GHEJBNE said, it was the earnest desire of the Commis- sioners to reduce the expenses as much as possible 'I lie expet;("I;- ture oil the building at present was about £ 4.000 a mouth, lind there was a sum of about ;CS,O(jo now due to the contractors, which oughttobepaiatorthwith The discussion was continued by Mr. SPOONKR. Sir H. WILLOUGHBY, and the CHANCELLOR, of the EXCHEQUER, and the vote was then agreed to. as was also a vote of £ i0,00.0 towaras defaying law charges, £5,0,)0 towards defraying the charge for consular establishments abroad, and towards the dLrge fur civii contingencies.

RATE-IN-AID (IRELAND) BILL.

HOUSE OF LORDS.—TUESDAY, APRIL…