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:z?¡n\i;uncnt. HOUSE OF COMMONS-WEDNESDAY. A new writ was ordered for North Devon, in room of the late Mr. duller. The Small Benefices (Ireland) Act (1860) Amendment Bill was read the second time. Sir C. O'LOOHLIN moved the second reading of the Railway Travelling (Ireland) Bill, the object of which was to compel directors of Irish lines to run at least one train every Sunday, unless excused by the Board of Trade. On a division the bill was rejected by 42 votes against 39. The house afterwards went into committee of ways and means, and granted £ 15,000,000 out of the consoli- dated fund toiqkrds making good the supply to her Majesty. I HOUSE OF LORDS—THURSDAY. u Earl RUSSELL hid on the table a notification from Mr. Adams of tile intention of the United States Govern- ment to terminate the Reciprocity Treaty and the Con- vention relating to the armed force ou the lakes. The noble earl said that, considering the provocation which the United States had received, it was only natural that they should wish to abrogate the treaties in ques- tion. Her Majesty's Government, however, had reason to hope that the Reciprocity Treaty would be renewed with some modifications, and that an arrangement would be made whereby the force ou the lakes would be regulated in a satisfactory manner. Several bills having beeu advanced a st.ige, their lord- ships adjourned. HOUSE OF COMMONS—THL-HSDAT. Lord U, CECIL gave notice that on the motion for the second reading of the bill for abolishing the tests at Oxford University, he should propose the rejection of the measure. Lord It. CECIL asked if the Government intended to apply to Ilzii-liattieiit for power to compel all the British possessions iu North Ainerica to join the new Con- federation. Mr. C'AHDWELL replied that the Government, although it wished to see the Confederation scheme adopted by all the colonial legislatures, did not contemplate the etn- plovment of the least compulsion. Mr. IIENNKSSV called attention to the lock-out in the iron trade, and contended that the combination of the masters iu this case was absolutely illegal. Sir G. GltEV deprecated discussion 011 the subject at the present moment. He said that the Government, could not do anything in the matter unless the law was broken,except to advise both masters and men to sub- mit to arbitration. The house then went into committee of .supply, aud the Marquis of HAUTIN-CTOX proposed a vote of £ 811,121 for works and buildings, including £ o0,000 for the fortifications at Quebec Mr. G. P. BESTINCK objected to the scheme fnr forti- fving Canada, and moved the omission of the item of £50.000. Mr. Lowe, Mr. Disraeli, Mr. Cardwell, Mr. Bright, and Lord Palmerston took part 111 th" deuate which followed. Finally, Mr. Bentinck's amendment was rejected by 270 votes against 40.

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