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r v' THE Paris papers of Thursday and Fri- jfay are quite barren of political new-.— They announce the death of the Princes* of Conde, the hist branch, with the excep- lio" of lier brother, tbe Duke of Hourho. of that illustrious family. Although there is no intelligence from Spain in these na- n pers, the private accounts describe frl country as in a wretched state, instead of 3iv amnesty being granted, we Afresis and persecutions g0! on witbercat i, 'activity, ? V; Mr. Secretary Canning wjfi on Tues- day be in his place in the House of Com- mons. On that evening he will first pre- seat at the bar Papers, by command ol his Majesty, respecting the condition of oar West India Islands, the proceedings- of various Assemblies there, the several Acts passed by them which in any way touch on thegeneral and public question and the ineasures adopted by our Minis- ters pursuant to former Resolutions of the House of Commons, aud in conse- quence of the necessity of the ases- Mr. Canning, in afterwards mowing pro forma that such papers be printed, will take a review of the general question of the West Indies; and he will likewise state the views of his Majesty'* Ministers on this important subject. The Papers- to be presented are extremely vol»mi»oo«- Mr. Canning will then call the of the House to the statb of the Slave. | Trade, the extent to which it is still Ga*_ ried on, and the result of wilk Foreign Powers to co-operate in extin- guishing that trade and he will conclude with moving for leave to bring ilt a Bm to declare slave trading to be piracy." The proceedings of the evening will ue important as well as interesting. >

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IGNORANCE OFTHE IRISH PEASANTRY.

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HOME CIRCUIT— CHELMSFOIW,…

I.ALGERINE SLAVERY.

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-PRICE OF STOCKS.

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