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THE CORN LAWS. .

LONDON MONEY MARKET.

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THE LATEST LONDON INTELLIGENCE.…

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RAIL-ROADS AND THEIR CONSEQUENCE.

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( A CABINET CONSULTATION.…

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A CABINET CONSULTATION. I ('From the London Guardian.) | Rumours have been rife for some days past oidl" agreements and changes in the Cabinet. We not before alluded to them, having no go by. The data upon which they have | grounded we can now, from our own sources, I be as follow. I At the close of the last session Earl Grey did^_ I the preceding year he had done—announce to colleagues his then decided resolve not to meet *0° I ther session of Parliament as Minister. This tin>e I intimated that his determination was final. But th | noble Premier has a family, unhappily too numet"0^ I not all provided for even yet, and those who ha*e j good luck to be endowed, are not all secure of tbtl places in case of his retirement. To preserve tbelll ( (or to those who were in, aud to lea» £ she coast clear those who were out, it was deemed advisable by far-seeing gentleman Ned Ellice, as he is fanaiha termed, (a good sort of fellow in some respects), | some kibsman of the Greys should in any case t»^ i the helm in his stead. I Lord Durham was the man considered to j most convenient tool. But his Lordship had j | more iwed to govern stable-boys than gentlemen colleague Ministers Mr. Grunt and others I Cabinet remembered that even at a Cabinet dinner cJ would lose his temper, fall out with and complain hø I the the lacquies of his hosts, and so they demurred } I pulse of the country too was felt, and there v"aS 1 chance. The scheme did not therefore aoswer | well as the Greek loau and various other of Mr. Ellice had done. A great commotion was I consequence; various combinations were formed, P none succeeded. Some proposed Mr. Stanley- j was too young others the; Duke of Richmond-" | was too stupid j no body ventured to think of 1-^ | Brougham—he was too slippery. So after dining? | town without resolving, the Milliters adjourned^ Woburn Abbey, to shoot rooks and confabulate *»• I out the risk of eaves-dropping. But neither dining or shooting could they hit the mark; w I result of this turmoil is, that for the present t4 I Grey remains Premier, and all further discussions a j adjourned till after the holidays—that is, until I ary. This we have good reason to believe is 1 | status quo—antebellum. I

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MERTHYR JYDVIL, SATURDAY,…

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