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THURSDAY NIGHT. I (PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.) LONDON. June 13. IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF COMMONS, JUNE 13. The Speaker took the chair at 10 minutes after four 'clock. The house was occupied for some time with petitions. Mr. HALL presented a petition from the occupiers of cottages in Merthyr Tydvil and other places in Glamorganshire, against the bill brought in by the hon. member for Shrewsbury for the rating of small tenements. Mr. CLAY presented a petition from Poplar, praying that the trade with China might be continued to the East India Company, in-common with other merchants. In answer to a question from Mr. FINS, Mr. LITTLETON said that he was not aware that the military had been employed in the collecting1 of y I tithes in Ireland. But measures would shortly be laid before the house which would render any such proceedings in future very improbable. INQUEST ON CULLEY. Mr. ROEBUCK in presenting a petition from the jurors on the inquest on Culley, entered at great length into the conduct of ministers on the occasion of the meeting in Spa Fields, and Mr. LAMB replied to the charges. An extended discussion .ensued, but the house adjourned without coming to any decision on the subjects. EAST INDIA COMPANY. On the motion of Mr. C. GRANT, the order of the day for the committee on the East India Company's Charter was read. On the question that the Speaker leave the chair, Sir G. STANTON read resolutions declaratory of his views respecting the trade to China, and those re- solutions were ordered to be put upon the papers. The house having gone into committee, Mr. C. GRANT rose to state his propositions respecting the East India Company's Charter. (Left speaking.)

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