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The Conservatives are daily increasing in the borough of Finsburv, and if there were a dissolution of Parliament there would be a complete change in the representation. There is not only a split among tne Radicals in Marylebone, but the little influence which hey had nas diminished considerably since the last election; and whenever there is a vacancy a Conser- vative of sound constitutional principles, and of character and respectability, would certainly be re- turned by a large majority of the electors. POPULARITY OF THE DUKK OF ELLINGTON. T~~Vtsterday morning, when the Duke of Wellington bad entered a shop in Regent Street, for the transac- tion of business, a large concourse of persons congre- gated on tiie outside, who, when his Grace came out and got upon his horse, which was in waiting with a grootn, saluted him with loud and long-continued ebeers, which continued till he was out of sight. The tolllpliinent was acknowledged by the Noble Duke, trbu appeared in excellent health and spirits. Earl Stanhope had an audience of the Tring Thursday, to present the Address of the Central ASriculturat Society to his Majesty. The interview which the Noble Earl was honored » as of consi- derable duration, and of a highly satisfactory nature. he King and the Ministers had many days previously Received copies of tiie address, and we in^y state so JVi t.iat his Majesty has declared himself the warm ■"lend of agriculture.—Agriculturist, r, There was a meeting of the Tory Members of the House of Commons at Sir R. Peel's on Ihursday 14oriiitig, Tue meeting broke up with the understand- '"S that no amendment was to be moved to tne Address.—Observer [This explains how Ministers happened to have the majority of 41, about which all *heir organs are crowing so triumphantly] wThe office of Clerk of Arraigns, on the j/estern Circuit, is vacant by the death of Mr ^hainbre. Baron Gurney, who was the senior Judge the last circuit, has claimed the right of appoint- ment as tne vacancy occured before the next circuit, *»d hag conferred the office on his son, Mr Sidney Urnev, who has lately commenced practice at the V'Uancery bar, Mr Justice Littledale has, however, lsPUted tlie right of fiaron Gurney, on the ground *'iat he had been appointed the senior Judge for the circuit before the vacancy occurred, and that therefore Baron Gurnej's connection with the last fc'rcuit had entirely ceased. The matter was sub- mitted to the other J udges for decision, and they Cae their opinion in favour of Baron Gurney. This fissions a delay in appointing the days for holding e Assises. Serae;uit William Har.ly, of ihe24lh re^ ment, as frozen to death, last month, in a small boat near "8 island, Upper Canada. jn the Parisian saloons there are many alliances j^'ked of. One between the youngest daughter of a 'U'sh Peer at present residing in Paris, and one of young officers attached to the Etat-Major of the .ICC Royal. It is also reported that the young and Duke de Crussol, grandson of tne Duke ,2es, ig about to lead to the hymeneal altar Made- J'tselle de Falhouet, granddaughter of Count Roy, blister of Finance. The marriage of M. d'Osson- 'e Witii Mademoiselle de Broglie will not take j^acc till the end of February. The marriage of the jUke of Orleans with a Princess of Spain is stated to fixed for Septenj^er.—Paris Advertiser. (t J ,;rr littJ is well known that cold-blooded animals use in tie food. If a rattle-snake get but one good meal months it is all tnat lie requires but even tl '8 *s not actually necessary, for 1 have seen one of tvve animals that had not tasted food or water for th months as plump, active, and as venomous as ^?Sb in the wild state, On the other hand, all these lmaig that have warm blood require an immense »0o'ltity f°°d> anc* they do not receive this t.iey to iperisll1 but nmeteen-twentieths of this appears »ni taken into the system for the evolution of the™1111 ''eat. The carbon is ultimately derived from <jj "ourishment that we use, and the oxygen is v, 'y derived from the arterial blood; a constant y, of nourishment is, therefore, necessary in -od,-d animals; but a very small part of the tion • wb'eh is formed from this is required for nutri- Way' anc? 'f the whole of it were expended in this '^Ur/t *S Verv that there would be none left to the tne veins.—L r, Stevenson on Respiration, in "Qsophical Transactions. I .c: r .¡.

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DEATH of the Hon. Sir THOS.…

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