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.■■C0MPENIJ,O » NOTICES. His MAJESTY remains at Windsor Castle, taking ¡.. rides hi ihePa'rk^viien weather permits—Saturday had a select party invitation to dine.-A Levee announced at Carlton-House April 7th, and a Drawing Room at St. James's Palace on 29tli April, to celebrate his Majesty's birth-day, St. George's-day falling in Easter week.—A coun- try paper says, the fairest rose bud in the Vale of Belvoit. is to be transplanted to Claremont, if Royal permission be granted. LadyStuart gave a grand ball at Paris Wednesday—3000 persons present!—A great number of English arrived at Naples lately—on the Sth March, theyhadahorse race there.—The triumphant Ultras of Chamber of Deputies in France have nick-named the free Liberal Members returned, the Faction of Six- teen."—French Ministers have resolved on the grand financial operation of reducing the interest of their National Debt—the whole, forming, 140 millions sterling, o per cents., to be reduced to Three per Cents., giving such a bonus in stock as will make it to the holder equal to 4 per cent, interest thereafter—the saving to the nation two millions per annum—houses of Baring, Roth- schild, and Lafitte, said to have agreed to find money to pay off the whole 1-10 millions, if ne- cessary.-L;Igypt greatly improving under its en- lightened Pacha—great quantities of cotton wool imported from thence into Liverpool.—Colombian Government has issued a proclamation, congra- tulating the people on the entire delivery of the Republic from the presence of the Spanish armies. —Marquis of Hastings has left Rome to take command at Malta.—Lieutenant-Colonel Wynd- ham gazetted Saturday Lieutenant-Colonel of Tenth Hussars, vice Sir George Quentin, who ex- changes.—Isle of Sumatra has been ceded to'the Dutch, in return for the undisputed possession of Sincapore, and some territorial rights on the coast o f l)-i Secretary to the Treasury, it is said, wilL be appointed to the Pre- .,of Madras'.—Sir S. Raffles compelled from ili health to resign the Governorship of Bencoollen, and return to England.—Rochefort, 80, Sir. G. Moore, arrived from Mediterranean on Monday—differences with Algiers all satis- factorily adjusted.—Sir James Saumarez ap- pointed to command atPlyinouth—LateSir George Collier has left an amiable widow, but no chil- dren.—Speculated on, that Lord Gifford will be Master of the Rolls, Sir John Copley Chief of the Common Pleas, and Mr. Tindal Solicitor- General, vice Wetherell, who becomes Attorney- General. -HisMaj esty's pardon to the missionary Smith arrived at Demerara on the day of the poor man's death.—A new Church at Camberwell consecrated Friday, by Bishop of Winchester.- Court of Common Council about to meet, to peti- tion against the renewal of the Alien Act.—Mr. Bishop, a Magistrate, of Carmarthenshire, ob- tained a verdict Thursday, at Hereford Assizes, against another Magistrate, named Rice, for ina- liciously moving the Court of King's Bench for a criminal information against Bishop, for some imputed misdemeanors, but the rule was discharg- ed with costs, and the alleged perjury was in an affidavit Bishop made on that occasion—the Jury gave a verdict for Bishop, damages loo--j. (,'oii- siderable disorders prevail in Limerick, Cork, and Kilkenny.

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