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MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.—-The proclamation appeared in the Gazette of Tuesday, for the further proroguing the meeting of Parliament to luesday, the 4th of February next, to meet for the despatch of business. Mr. Alderman Thompson has resigned the office Chairman of the Shipping Committee at Lloyd's. Some gentlemen considered that the Insurance Com- pany lately formed at Sunderland, in which the Hon. Alderman has taken an interest, might clash with the Institution at Lloyd's and Mr. Thompson, with a most honourable delicacy of teeling, illitne. diately vacated the Chair. The Bank of England have given notice, that they will advance loans payable on or before the 14th January, at three per cent.; the loans to be for sums not less than 2,0001. each. HANOVBR.—The population of this kingdom amounted, on the 1st of July last, to 1,642,670 souls, independently of the military, whom we may set down at 20,000 more; making a total of 1,662,670. The number of dwelling-houses, at the same period was 2393151. One-sixth part of the inhabitants are Roman Catholics and the Jews do not exceed one in every 140 souls. Since the year 1830 there has, therefore, been an increase of 13,020 in the number of houses, and 113,620 in that of inhabitants; the average yearly increase of the latter having been upwards of four in every hundred souls.

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