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I'UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE.

ICOMPENDIOUS NOTICES.

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COMPENDIOUS NOTICES. His MAJESTY attended divine service Sunday at Chapel Royal, Windsor—for the last few days bis Majesty has not quitted the Castle, owing to z, unfavourable weather—Saturday, the King had a select party to dinner.—Ministers held Cabinet Council, Saturday, immediately after a courier arriving from Sir W. A'Court, at Madrid.—Sun- day another Council, which sat from three till six o'clock.The public monument or cenotaph to memory of Princess Charlotte at length decided will be placed in St. George's Chapel, Windsor. -i—Important business transacted in Commons last week-The Budget developed—some taxes re- duced, but none would have been so acceptable to the public to be taken off as the Assessed Taxes.—The want of reform of the Court of Chancery at length .admitted by Ministers-a Commission is to inquire into its abusesjand point out proper remedies,—Sir H. Parnell intends moving for a Bill to enable Catholics to purchase and hold lands for pious and charitable uses.— Marquis Titchfield seriously indisposed at his father's, the Duke of Portland's, St. James's- square.—Mina at present attended by Sir Astley Cooper, who has voluntarily offered to cure the General's leg of a serious bruise received during his last campaign.—Advices from Buenos Ayres describe that state as in alarm, apprehending at- I tack by a hostile force of Indians from the in- terior—trade at a stand, and fears of renewed dissensions amongst those in power.—An Officer of Hussars was lately sent to Coventry, for drink- ing a glass of porter after his cheese !-A general rise in the funds Saturday, foreign as well as our own—Monday they are again on the advance- wood mills of Mr. Irvine, on the river Itclien, near Southampton, destroyed by fire Tuesday last-premises, &c. insured.—Total number of vagrants cominitted to Coldbath Fields prison in 1S22, alnountedto 1321-in 18*23, to 150S, of whom 81I were rogues and vagabonds, including beg- gars, prostitutes, &c.5H, were reputed thieves —75 deserted their families-42 impostors and gamblers—and ö6 were for indecent exposures.— Two resurrection men from London committed to gaol at Manchester for stealing six bodies from a Catholic burial ground—their name given as Win. James Johnson and William Harrison, but one of them said to be the notorious Vaughan who escaped from Maidstonegaol.-A well known sheepsteater taken up at Chertsey last week, and Committed for trial.-At Chesham, Bucks, a small town, 300 children are educated by subscription from the inhabitants.

CHESTER CIRCUIT.

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