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CAMBRIAN, GLOUCESTER, ASD BIRMINGHAM RAILWAY.—A meeting was held at Gloucester on Wednesday last to consider the expediency of forming a Railway from that city to this town, and resolu tions in favonr of the projected undertaking were accordingly passed. The Committee however ap- pointed at that meeting have since met, and as rery serious objections appear to have arisen to the pro- posed line ofroad, another general meeting is to be immediately holden to take such objections into con- aiderat ion.- Birmingham Gazette. RAILWAY BETWEEN LIMERICK AND WATERFORD. —About six years ago the project of a railway be- tween Limerick and Waterford was much spoken of but no decisive measure was adopted beyond the obtaining a bill. We find by the tollowing announce- ment ill the Liverpool Times of Tuesday that this important work is again in contemplationT),e South Wales line is expected to join the Bristol line at Swindon and we understand that, in consequence of the proje'eted Bristol line; Ihe plan for forming a rail- way between Limerick and Waterford, and in that manner connecting the opposite shores of Ireland, for which a bill has already been obtained, has been re- sumed. The Government grant of 100.0001. for the improvement of the River Shannon will render this latter undertaking doubly important. THE ST. SIMONIANS.—A deputation from this crazy and inpure gang of fanatics have been expo- sing themselves in public, (lecturing is the phrase) in the great metropolis. They were received with such overwhelming shouts of scorn and derision, as were quite cheering ttf honest and decent men. Even London (once"called the D s drawing room) is not so bad as we thought it was. ETON FUN.—The Etonians had a turit out" on Friday week, possibly in imitation of gentlemen cadets." They sallied forth in a body of between 300 and 400, armed with bludgeons, hammers, and stakes, determined on mischief. Eutering the town, they assailed all persons they met with a volley of crackers on reaching Thames-street, an attack was made on the höijse of Mr. Fox, to whom they had owed" a grudge" for a twelvemonth. Every pane of glass was broken, the goods in the window des- troyed. Another movement on Saturday evening was contemplated to give Mr. Fox a finisher," but the musters frustrated their designs by meeting them on the bridge, and taking down the names of the ring- leaders, in consequence of which eighty of these young heroes" have been ignobly flogged

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