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gutpmal garlianwttt. HOUSE uF LORDS—THURSDAY. Lord STRATFORD DE KEDCLUTE called attention to the question of the boundary of Turkey and Persia, and complained that the negotiations commenced 20 years ago on the subject weie still incomplete, although the unsettled state of the matter caused constant bickerings between the two countries. He thought the house ought to be informed of the exact position of the ques- tion at the present time. Earl UOSSELL said be had reason to believe that the negotiations would be coinplets-I by the end of the pre- sent month. Earl of H ARROWBY complained of the inconvenience which the itevised Code occasioned by requiring that the grant for children under six years of age should de- pend upon the inspector's report of the general conduct of the school and the attendance on the day of exa- mination. Earl GRANVILLE said that the complaint was the re- sult of misapprehension, owing to a clerical error in the code. No change had been made in the system with respect to young children. HOUSE OF COMMONS—THURSDAY. Mr. (J. FOSTER reported that in the petitions pre- sented in support of the claim of Azeem jahto the title of Nawab of the Oarnatie many of the signatures were forgeries. .Mr. BOXHAM CARTER said that during his experience of 18 years as a member of the public petitions com- mittee, he had never known a gna'-erfiaudon the house than had been committed in this instance. The report was ordered to be laid on the table. In reply to Mr. O'lieiUv, the Marquis of HARTINGTOX said that since 1819 no order hail been issued directing recruiting officers not to enlist Irishmen or Koman Catholics for any branch of her Majesty s service. In reply to Sir W. Galloway, Mr. GIBSOX stated that the subject of communication oil railway trains would be investigated by the recently-appointed royal com- mission. In answer to a series of questtions, Mr. CARDWELL said that her Majesty's Government expected the Go- vernor of New Zealand to carry out to the letter the proclamation made on December 17, 1804 that no ad- vance had been made from the treasury to the colony of New Zealaucl since 1863; and that there had been a considerable increase in the contribution of the colony of the Mauritius towards its military expenditure, Mr. Treherne and Mr. Nevvdegate having complained of the effect of the Auglo-French treaty upon the ribbon trade of Coventry, Mr. GIBSON said that in a short time the French Government would roduce the duty on ribbons one half franc per cent ad valorem. Mr. D. GRIFFITHS elicited from Lord Palmerston the information that, so far as the Government was aware, no foroed labour was employed on the Suez Canal. The house then went into committee on the army estimates, and the Marquis of Hartington explained the chief alteratious proposed in the vowa.

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